TED Fellows in the Field: How Juliana Rotich is connecting Africans with rugged technology

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Meet Kenyan technologist, entrepreneur and TED Fellow Juliana Rotich in the latest installment of the Fellows in the Field video series. Visit the iHub, an incubator for Nairobi’s young technology entrepreneurs, and learn about BRCK, a rugged mobile WiFi device with huge potential to bring connectivity to areas of the world with limited infrastructure.

“It’s been incredible to see how the technology sector has changed in Kenya and in Africa,” Rotich says. “There is more work to do to provide opportunity and to create companies that not only solve problems here, but can also solve problems around the world.

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