According to the Bank’s website, African Technology Innovation Hubs Initiative is registered as an NGO in Nigeria and operating under the name of AfriLabs. AfriLabs is a network organisation that supports 340 innovation centers across 52 African countries that was founded in 2011 to build a community around Africaa€™s rapidly emerging technology hubs.
To support AfriLabs in digitising its operations to provide a more seamless approach in engaging and managing its stakeholders as well as providing an open platform for stakeholder collaboration.
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