Coast youth who ventured in technology will reap from digital work protection from technology experts.
The efforts by Swahilipot Hub Patron Mr. Mahmoud Noor will enable innovators who developed interest in the technology world to benefit from free training and ways that will enable them secure their online and digital work.
Speaking at the technology and art centre in Mombasa during the launch of Pwani innovation week to take place in December Mr. Noor said together with other international partners among them the UK and Seacom, they have invested in nurturing the youthful generation in technology.
He said when such creations are protected from theft and other infringement of copyrights the innovators will reap big from their creativity.
“This is an opportunity Coast youth should tightly embrace to enable them benefit from their own creativity,” noted Mr. Noor.
He said though Pwani Innovation Week will be conducted at the Mombasa’s Swahilipot Hub, it will fully involve innovators from across the region.
“We will have technology experts from across the globe who will participate in this innovative activity,” he added.
The ICT expert and youth mentor said the technology and art centre has enabled many Coastal youth to venture into technology become self-reliant.
According to Noor not only will the youth benefit from new developments in the ICT sector but they will also acquire skills on Small and Micro Enterprises.
He said the targeted youths from Taita taveta, Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi and Lamu will interact with Innovators across the globe, entrepreneurs among other independent economic and digital movers.
The Pwani innovation week will run from 2nd to 6th December, 2019.