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From Sewage to Fuel: in Kenya, NAWASSCO makes profits from Human Waste

In Kenya, Nakuru Water and Sanitation Services Company (NAWASSCO) is helping solve one of Africa’s challenges. NAWASSCO processes human waste to briquettes which locals in Nakuru, an agriculturally-rich county about…

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Don’t look for Office space in Tanzania. Go Worknasi.

“It is hard as an African startup, when you are starting out. There is a lot to be done, a lot of needs. We are still figuring out how to…

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At Techplus 2017, a sneak peek into the Future of Banking

The 2017 edition of Africa’s biggest tech event, Techplus, was concluded on July 8 in Lagos, Nigeria. As estimated by the organizers just before the event, it was expected to be…

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How One Woman Helps to Reduce Unemployment in Kenya

It is estimated that there will be 17.1 million people employed in Kenya in 2017, with a labour force participation rate of 67%. Of those employed, approximately 55% will be…

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Strategies for Effective Follow-Up (1)

The Foundry is a new section in Outrepreneurs, where expert contributors share ideas, strategies, tips and roadmaps on how entrepreneurs, founders and their teams may effectively run their businesses for better…

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Sheer innovation! How ‘Tobi tripled her sales of Shea Butter in no time

Oluwatobi Oluwaleye’s calm mien belies her energy and entrepreneurial skills.  This caught our attention immediately as Oluwatobi, founder of TEA’S Nature shea butter-based beauty products, took Outrepreneurs through the story of…

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WOW! This young Nigerian makes beautiful casual wears out of Aso Oke

With his uncommon touch and creativity, a 29 year-old fashion entrepreneur, Oluwatobi Ogundele, is redefining how Aso-Oke is sewn. Aso-Oke is traditional clothing worn on special occasions, such as weddings,…

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7 Years After: Have Mobile Money Startups Helped Increase Financial Inclusion in Nigeria?

A 2011 Roland Berger strategy report draws a conclusion that 77.0 per cent of Nigerians save for emergency purposes and, so, any infrastructure that supports the ability to withdraw funds…

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Mobile Money: How Well Have African Countries Fared?

Many countries sub of the Sahara have made significant strides towards advancing financial inclusion. There can be no gainsaying the fact that the introduction of mobile money (defined here as…

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