What’s Happening in Iringa and Mbeya Living Labs?

Let the photos speak! Click on the photos to read the full stories behind each one.

Story of Wilbert

One week of social media training transforms Wilbert’s business: right after understanding how everyone can benefit from internet, Wilbert sold 48 Tigo internet bundles!

Training the trainers at Iringa Living Lab

Training the trainers at Iringa Living Lab – discussing what the trainers’ role is, how everyone learns best and how to plan the training sessions.

Introducing Mbeya Living Lab

The 1st certificate this gentlemen from Mbeya has ever received in his life. He had never worked on a computer before and his progress during the training was amazing. This is RLabs’ way of acknowledging him.

Blog of Shaibu Msigwa

Shaibu Msigwa took part in the first social media training for deaf participants at Neema Crafts and started to blog about his life in Iringa.

Patrick Mpogile blogging about life

Patrick Mpogile, also part of the first group of deaf trainees at Neema Crafts, sharing his life story via his Kiswahili blog

Overview of the first five weeks of Iringa Living Lab

Just published: Summary and reflections by Sanna Nevala on the first five weeks of the Iringa Living Lab.

Who says there no local content on the Internet by Tanzanians? Aren’t the living labs and RLabs showing a great way to change that?

UPDATE 13.9.2012 13.55: Added last photo and link to the Iringa Living Lab blog.

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3 thoughts on “What’s Happening in Iringa and Mbeya Living Labs?

  1. Ofcourse rlabs and the living labs are doing it, real local contents are being created from local tanzanians…. We really have great potential of tanzanians who are full of great ideas and information but they are “social media disadvantaged”!

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