#INSPIRED: MY 237 ROUND UP ON THE WWW..

Hello people..My 237 Round Up on the Www..

Inspired My 237 Round Up

“Be Like Series” : Inspiring Stories about CAMpreneurs by La Marj

CNN Feature: Florence Awah  fighting modern slavery

Barrister Agbor Balla Elected  African Bar Association VP

Agbor Bella African Bar VP

 

Buea’s Tech Hub Silicon Mountain spotlight on BBC Business News

CAMpreneurs hang out at Jokkolabs

 

Arthur Zang to launch the Cardiopad production center in Yaounde’

ArthurCardiopad

Read the fully story on Investir Au Cameroun here

 

Yaounde based Gaming Company, Kiro’o Games launches “Aurion”

Fabrice Aloma Atangana Needs Your Votes

Vote for  GIST Start up Boot Camp 2017

Let’s vote For FABRICE ALOMO needs your votes to represent Cameroon during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016 in Silicon Valley and to help Cameroon to host the GIST REGIONAL START UP BOOT CAMP 2017.

Girls In Tech – Empowering Women Through Technology

 

Christian Ngan, Alain Nteff & Arthur Zang…..Make the list of Top 40 African Visionaries 2016

30. ATHUR ZANG 
Founder: Cardiopadzang

Engineer Zang is the inventor of the cardiopad, a touch screen medical tablet that enables heart examinations such as the electrocardiogram (EGG) to be performed at rural locations while the results of the test are transferred wirelessly to specialists who can interpret them. The device spares African patients, living in remote areas, the trouble of having to travel to urban areas to seek medical examinations. Zang is the founder of Himore Medical Equipment, the company that owns the rights to the cardiopad.

33.CHRISTIAN NGAN 
Founder Madlyn Cazalis

Ngan is the founder of Madlyn Cazalis, an African hand-made bio cosmetic company that produces body oils, natural lotions, creams, scrubs, masks and soaps. Madlyn Cazalis products are sold and distributed across more than 30 chemist stores, beauty institutes and retail outlets in Cameroon and neighbouring countries in Central Africa.

36. ALAIN NTEFF
Founder: Gifted Mom

Nteff was alarmed by the high death rate of newborn babies and pregnant women in his community. When he was 20, he developed a mobile app to help solve this problem. The app helps teenage mothers and health workers calculate due dates, collect and send information to women in the community. His app has 500 downloads and is integrated with locally made phones. Nteff is also working 200 medical students to reduce brain drain in Cameroon.

Read about the Top 40 African Visionaries Here

Gifted Mom, Mobile Health Across Borders

Mobile health across Borders – giftedMom

These stories and more keep the inspiration and motivation alive #DiarisHope

Keep Reppin’ 237

Y.M.
IRepCamer

Author: IRepCamer

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