1. IBM Call for code - from IBM: Regional Finalist Award

Call for Code is a global programme that invites developers and problem solvers from all over the world to create and contribute to long-term, open source technology projects that address social and humanitarian issues while ensuring the best solutions are deployed to make a visible difference.

Call for Code, founded by David Clark Cause and supported by Founding Partner IBM, Charitable Partner United Nations Human Rights Office, and Program Affiliate The Linux Foundation, has evolved from a single global challenge into an always-on, tech-for-good platform with multiple ways to participate.

  • Regional finalist Middle East and Africa

2. JKUAT Tech Expo 10 - from JKUAT: JKUAT Tech Expo Award

JKUAT Tech Expo, is an annual student driven event incepted in 2009 that seeks to encourage and support students’ innovative ideas across the country in a bid to bolster innovation, collaboration and education.

3. JKUAT Robotics Dojo - from JKUAT: First Runners Up

Robotics Dojo is an intensive robotics program that will spearhead the robotics research in Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI)

The competition, which took place on November 16, 2022, 12 groups against each other for the top prize. The robot is supposed tackle four challenges in the gamefield: Line following on circuit, Stop and go, Obstacle avoidance and Maze

4. Kaps Hatch Hack - from KAPS: JKUAT Kaps Awards

The competition, which took place on November 21, 2019, 17 groups against each other for the top prize. The theme was “Inventing the Future Today.”

  • Second Runners up in Innovation at JKUAT Hatch hack
  • Second Runners up in Social impact at JKUAT Hatch hack