Call for global youth committed to creating peaceful and sustainable societies through education

Here is an opportunity to become a youth delegate at the Unesco Week. Find all the details in the press release below from UNESCO if you want to apply. Best wishes.
The UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education (6-10 March 2017, Ottawa, Canada)

Top three posts on Mobile Learning Zone in 2016

To all the readers and followers of Mobile Learning Zone, this post is for you. It’s the 13th post this year. I know that I didn’t blog much this year but hope to do better in 2017. I therefore dedicate this 13th post to you my beloved readers and followers. I would like to thank you for your great love and support as I enter the 4th year blogging here at Mobile Learning Zone.

Pycon Zimbabwe surpasses crowdfunding campaign target

Pycon Zimbabwe online crowdfunding campaign has surpassed the original target of €3,600 by 120% about 22 days ahead of the official end of the campaign. PyCon Zimbabwe will be the inaugural Python conference in Zimbabwe. An event that will give an opportunity for Zimbabwean programmers to learn from each other and engage newcomers to programming.

B2C to host hackathon on public finance and accountability

On 07 October 2016, a Harare co-working space called Batanai to Create (B2C) is hosting a hackathon on public finance and accountability. The 12 hour hackathon starts at 8:00am at B2C that is located on the Mezzanine Floor of Batanai Mall along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare. Registration for the event is already taking place here.

Lessons from yesterday Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp held at Batanai 2 Create

Do you want to easily grow as an entrepreneur? Timothy Mueller a top US entrepreneur currently in the country for the Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp had some answers to this question asked by many aspiring entrepreneurs. Answering this question during his presentation yesterday at Batanai 2 Create co-working space Timothy said,

Udugu Institute urges Zim youths to back solutions to their problems with action

On this week’s Food for Thought discussion at the US Embassy Public Affairs Section - Eastgate were three team members of the Udugu Institute who facilitated a discussion on Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe to a record crowd. The three teammates were Udugu Institute founder Dr Lenneiye, Strategic Partnerships and Business Development Coordinator Constantine Nyanzero and Programs Coordinator Irene Chikumbo who are Mandela Washington Fellows for 2016 and 2014 respectively.