Kumasi Hive, Kumasi, Ghana

Kumasi Hive seeks to bridge the gap between traditional physical jobs and moderate digital jobs by incubating promising startups from ideas to product-for-market.


Kiva is expanding financial access in underserved communities by using crowdfunding to support lending needs.


Kickstarter tranforms ideas into reality. By serving as a crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter allows entrepreneurs to connect with funders from around the world to support their business ventures.

AHEAD Innovation Management in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

The African Higher Education Leadership in Advancing Inclusive Innovation for Development (AHEAD) offers lectures describing innovation management in low- and middle-income countries.


Injini is a growth accelerator program for sub-Sahara African EdTech startups with a mission to improve educational outcomes across the continent.


Indiegogo is an online crowdfunding platform that enables users to seek funding for their own solutions, ideas, and startups.

Ghana Tech Lab (GTL)

Ghana Tech Lab (GTL) is a free open collaborative space for digital skills training, seed funding, incubation, sustainment, and impact.

Ghana Tech Lab (GTL) National Acceleration Program

Ghana Tech Lab (GTL) Acceleration Program targets scaleable, female-led businesses in Ghana that are tech-driven and enabled. This program offers the opportunity to pitch to a panel of investors to help secure growth funding.

EpiAFRIC Health Meets Tech Pan-African Hackathon

EpiAFRIC Health Meets Tech brings together health and tech practitioners dedicated to the use of technology to improve quality of healthcare across Africa.

Engineering World Health Summer Institute Program

Engineering World Health Summer Institutes host service abroad programs in hospitals and clinics of low-resource countries where interns conduct preventative maintenance, take inventory, and train staff on maintaining equipment. | All Rights Reserved. Invention Education Toolkit, 2021.
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