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Eco Hubs are off-grid tech and innovation hubs located in smaller regional capitals and towns across Africa. DreamAfrica is developing coliving/coworking sites with reliable infrastructure, all inclusive work environments, and contracts with outsourcing firms for a consistent flow of work. The first pilot Eco Hub is being implemented in Kasese, Uganda in 2019.
Eco Hubs are off-grid tech and innovation hubs located in smaller regional capitals and towns across Africa. DreamAfrica is developing coliving/coworking sites with reliable infrastructure, all inclusive work environments, and contracts with outsourcing firms for a consistent flow of work. The first pilot Eco Hub is being implemented in Kasese, Uganda in 2019. 

Connecting African Talent with Reliable Infrastructure, Capital and a Global Network of Jobs.

One of DreamAfrica’s signature projects is Eco Hub. Eco Hub is a job creation model born in response to one of Africa’s critical urgent needs: JOBS. Eco Hub is a unique project that addresses the barriers to job creation.
 
Critical Problem 1) There are hundreds of thousands of unemployed technically trained, university graduates across the continent.

Critical Problem 2) Tech giants and creative outsourcers are looking to Africa for new talent. However, do to unreliable infrastructure and the uncertainty of administrative oversight, there is a sense of reluctance and
high risk.

Critical Problem 3) Seventy percent of Sub-Saharan Africa does not have electricity and urban areas that do have power, experience frequent blackouts, inhibiting the reliability of tech outsourcing performance.

Eco Hub Model for Job Creation and Expansion

For the first time in history, advancements in renewable energy, wireless connectivity, reductions in costs, and a thriving outsourcing market have made a new model possible: Eco Hub. Eco Hub addresses critical problems and risks head on with a partnership that joins African talent, sustainable infrastructure innovations, capital investors and tech outsourcing capabilities to create jobs for youth across the African Continent.


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