The Innovation Trail's Ryan Delaney recently returned from a reporting trip to Kenya. This is the second story in the series. You can find the rest of his reporting here.
Inside an office building along the main road leading west out of downtown Nairobi, is the heart Kenya’s startup community.
On the fourth floor, noisy kids are huddled around tables inside the iHub, Nairobi’s startup incubator space. Counselors are giving instructions to campers as they learn to build circuits and program small robots. The finished product zips around the floor, bumping into feet as kids crowd around in excitement.
When a summer camp hasn’t invaded the space, the iHub’s office is full of young programmers working on a mobile app or website.