🧵 Africa’s female startup founders are driving some of the most exciting and important changes on the continent. Quartz is proud to introduce this year’s Africa Innovators List: a dynamic group of women who are leading innovation. #qzafricainnovators21 qz.com/africa/2062305/meet-t…
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Jihan Abass leads @LamiInsurtech, an insurtech startup based in Nairobi. Lami builds tech infrastructure to help businesses design digital insurance products. #qzafricainnovators21 qz.com/africa/2062305/meet-t…
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Miishe Addy, co-founder of @JetstreamAfrica, is using digital technology to tackle inefficiencies that make shipping difficult in Africa. #qzafricainnovators21 qz.com/africa/2062305/meet-t…
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.@thediarrablu's design process is the result of innovative creative mathematics, using graphs and geometric transformations to create iconic prints. This innovation is inspired by the founder @dbdiarrabousso’s background as a mathematician. nytv.to/Gm37p
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Climate change is drying out the African continent, creating hazardous conditions for farmers. Amira Cheniour, co-founder of @SeabexOnline, is helping them use what little water is available more efficiently, with the help of machine learning. nytv.to/Gm37p
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This year’s list features innovators who are not only from the continent’s tech and innovation hubs of Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, and Egypt, but also from Somalia, Cameroon, Senegal, DRC, Chad, Uganda among other countries. #qzafricainnovators21 qz.com/africa/2062305/meet-t…

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