Who we are
AfriLabs is a network organisation supporting Innovation Centers across African countries since 2011, founded upon the mission of building a community around the rapidly emerging technology hubs in Africa.
These hubs serve as centers that provide support to African entrepreneurs, innovators, developers, and youths. By providing physical co-working and dedicated office spaces, as well as inclusive training and business, legal and financial support, we play an active role in helping to raise successful entrepreneurs who will create jobs and develop innovative solutions to African problems.
To view the scale of our impact during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, check out a concise report of our activities and of our community.
AfriLabs Annual Gathering
The AfriLabs Annual Gathering is the largest convention of brilliant African innovation hub leaders and ecosystem builders on the continent. Over the years, it has served as an avenue where all actors in the innovation community ranging from hubs, startups, academia, investors, corporates and development agencies come together to understand various perspectives across several sectors.
AfriLabs Capacity Building Programme
The AfriLabs Capacity Building Programme (ACBP) is a 36 months intensive capacity building for hubs across Africa. This programme is funded by the Digital Africa Seed Fund through the French Development Agency’s support.
Know more about AfriLabs activities, impact, partnerships and community via our blog, press releases and upcoming podcast, with love from Makini.
La Rencontre Annuelle de AfriLabs 2021 se tiendra maintenant au Nigéria
AfriLabs calls for reversal of the Twitter ban in Nigeria
2021 AfriLabs Annual Gathering to now be held in Nigeria
Building a Community for Innovators to Thrive in Africa; AfriLabs Onboards 28 New Members, Enters 7 New Cities and 1 New Country.
Country in Focus – Cameroon “Africa in Miniature”
Construire une communauté permettant aux innovateurs de prospérer en Afrique ; AfriLabs accueille 28 nouveaux membres, fait son entrée dans 7 nouvelles villes et 1 nouveau pays
Celebrating a Decade of Empowering and Inspiring Innovation across Africa at the AfriLabs Annual Gathering 2021
AfriLabs and COVIDaction to Support Offline Community Ventures in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda
Célébrer une Décennie d’Autonomisation et d’Inspiration de l’Innovation à travers l’Afrique lors de la Réunion Annuelle AfriLabs 2021
AfriLabs Announces Partnership with techbuild.africa
Rollo Business Simulation concluded, new insights to better guide interventions to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on African enterprises
Nous avons 15 membres de plus !
Opening remarks by Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs at the Rollo Africa Masters Final Presentation
“At AfriLabs, we have seen resilience in the face of unprecedented disruption” – Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs
AGA INNOVATION CHALLENGE – ACCELERATOR TRAINING: DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA
We Are 15 Members Stronger!
DÉFI DE L’INNOVATION AGA – FORMATION D’ACCÉLÉRATEUR : DÉMOCRATIE ET GOUVERNANCE EN AFRIQUE
Our stand on targeted police brutality against tech communities
AfriLabs and Djembe Consultants Unveil Report on Building a Resilient Innovative Africa
AfriLabs and Mozilla Sign Partnership
Access insights on the African Innovation, Entrepreneurial and Technological Ecosystem through our inclusive reports.
Francis of Ennovate Hub, Tanzania speaks on the impact of AfriLabs on the hub and innovation ecosystem in the East Africa country
Fay of Douar Tech, Morocco speaks on the impact of AfriLabs on the hub and the innovation ecosystem in the North Africa country
Berry of Centre d’Innovation de Lubumbashi Innovons Assemble, RDC speaks on the impact of AfriLabs on the hub and the innovation ecosystem in the Central Africa country.
Wangiwe of Mzuzu Entrepreneur Hub, Malawi speaks on the impact of AfriLabs on the hub and the innovation ecosystem in the Southern Africa country.