Airtel Kenya, Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and other sponsors like the Chandaria Foundation hosted a Innovators Boot Camp in Kiambu County, Kenya.
The boot camp gathered over 60 students from Leadership and Entreprenurship (LEAP) Hubs in 12 schools in five counties for an intensive program of mentorship, interaction and feedback from experts covering the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, business planning, and start-up funding to cultivate students’ bright, investment worthly ideas.
Cabinet Secretary ICT Joe Mucheru who presided over the opening of the boot camp expressed his commitment to entrepreneurship and new technology-based ventures in the school system.
Below is covereage of the event.
|Airtel, Global Peace Foundation host 1,600 Students at National Innovation Boot Camp|