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The Global Peace Foundation and sponsors like Aritel, Samsung and the Chandaria Foundation hosted an Innovators Boot Camp for students from the 60 students from area Leap Hubs, entreprenurial incubation centers at local high schools.
Published on 23/08/2016
“Technology is one tool that we are using to strengthen characters of these entrepreneurs by allowing them to challenge themselves to seek more knowledge and expertise online thus giving them leverage to the information, access and content that the internet provides.”
Published on 23/08/2016
Airtel Kenya, Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and other sponsors like the Chandaria Foundation hosted a Innovators Boot Camp in Kiambu County, Kenya. 
Published on 21/08/2016
Kenya NTV reports on three students from the Alliance High School Leap Hub who have created an alternative source of fuel that is affordable, easy to make, lasts long and eco-friendly.
Published on 17/08/2016
A Breakfast Show feature on Citizen TV of Leap Hub featured a Leap Hub team from Moi Forces Academy who are developing the Blue Drive, a wireless flash drive that uses Bluetooth technology to transfer data between the drive and a mobile device.
Published on 05/08/2016
Leap Hubs, a Global Peace Education program, has been providing guidance and space for highly motivated students to explore their ideas in business and entrepreneurship in numerous Kenyan schools. 
Published on 04/05/2016
Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel, launched it's Free Internet for Schools Programme in Kisii County, allowing 20 schools to connect to the internet for free. This program is currently being used in 32 counties, which includes 197 institutions and 250,000 students in Kenya.
Published on 26/02/2016
Global Peace Foundation Kenya Intel My Digital Journey
Intel Launches My Digital Journey Software for its She Will Connect Program
Published on 27/01/2016

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