The Africa Makerspace Network launched their first magazine: join us in this reading!
The Africa Makerspace Network (AMN) is a grassroots, continental movement that seeks to set the platform for dialogue and increase the visibility of makerspaces in Africa.
AMN launched its magazine first edition, The African Maker. The publication throws light on the activities of makerspaces that are part of AMN. Get to know what’s happening in many makerspaces across Africa, stories about innovators, news on STEM giants and much more.
The Magazine. Go grab yours!
Among the content, you will know more about initiatives flourishing in Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Namibia and Ghana, but not only. In addition, the magazine presents the most significant maker projects and processes in the African continent today, from Solar Taxis to affordable microscopes to science and technology for children.
The Africa Makerspace Network seeks to harmonize all makerspaces in Africa under one umbrella to grow and attain sustainable development in Africa. The network acts to research and contact makerspaces in the continent, build makers’ businesses, develop technical and entrepreneurial capacity, and enhance prototype-to-product development and manufacturing. And it is one of our most loved GIG partners in the region!
An edition of the Africa Makerspace Gathering when masks were not mandatory!
AMN also organizes The Africa Makerspace Gathering, an annual gathering of makerspaces on the African continent to foster collaboration for the growth of its members. Unfortunately, due to the covid-19 pandemic, AMG 2021 hosted a hybrid event on 18th and 19th November 2021. But we are looking forward to the next gathering and the African Maker Magazine #2!
Visit their website at africamakerspace.net