Recap: 14 EldoHub Monthly Innovations Forums

Eldohub Monthly Innovations forums aims at empowering, supporting and encouraging young people to be innovative. It catalyzes conversions around Technology, entrepreneurship and innovations to meet the critical need among the young people to access information that leads to new opportunities.

A platform that encourages them to thoroughly and systematically investigate situations
and systems enabling them establish facts or trends that they can leverage on to provide

Eldohub unites a network of young people among them students, upcoming entrepreneurs,
business leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, dignitaries, innovators, and change-makers to
initiate startups, drive economic expansion, and advance communities in the rift.

Since the launch of Eldohub Monthly forums we have conducted 14 of this forums
EldoHub Innovations Forums success has been surpassed only by its potential
for growth.

We are now positioned to emerge as the largest and most influential forum and
a platform built to bring the youth together with experienced mentors in the region, to
share out ideas they have and seek mentorship. We are also equipping the young people with
practical skills they need to be innovators

Youth needs to be prepared to take advantage of potential Opportunities….!

Almost half of the 10 million graduates churned
out of the over 668 universities in Africa yearly do
not get jobs (African Centre for economic transformation).

Early entry into the labor market limits Africans
from accumulating the human capital they need to
build themselves. The difficulties they face finding
work or participating in the labor force mean that
the benefits of earlier investments are not fully
realized (World Bank).

 

Impact

EldoHub since September, 2016 has impacted over 1000 youth who attended our events in Uasin Gishu
county 5 youths have started their own businesses.
Eldohub have mentored young people to even attract media platforms and the county government

Some of our past speakers

We have had a powerful list of speakers and industry mentors.

Barnabas Sang

The CEC ICT and
e-Government In-Charge of
ICT for Development Efforts
for the County towards
transforming Services and Programs for
Knowledge-Based Economy.

Eunice Kerich

The CO Youth Affairs
and Sports. Youth
Affairs

Ruth Ambogo

Founder World Young
Women Council (W.Y.W.C) &
Country Director
MentorMe_Africa.

 

We have worked with

Catholic University

Mount Kenya University

Enactus Moi University

Sysnav Technologies

KCB Bank

County goverment of Uasin Gishu