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Disrupting the Conventional: Universities as a Space for Collaborative Problem Solving

In the process of re-imagining the complexity of 21st-century fast-paced challenges, the UNDP Accelerator Lab is collaborating with Tanzanian universities to promote a "challenge-based" and…  


Can web scrapping help us re-imagine the tourism sector?

In the context of tourism recovery and resilience support initiative by the national agency, the UNDP Accelerator Lab in Tanzania conceived an experiment to assess the applicability of web scrapped…  


We extracted data from citizens. Now, we are sharing it back!

UNDP Tanzania's Accelerator Lab is working to understand the complexities of waste ecosystems. By using open data and crowd mapping, a novel set of data was generated and eventually shared back to the…  


Using Artificial Intelligence to tackle 'infodemic' in Tanzania

This blog provides a narrative for an experiment conducted using Artificial Intelligence techniques to analyse twitter data from a specific population. Deep learning models and Natural Language…  


Tapping into Open Data and Satellite Imagery to understand solid waste ecosystems

This blog summaries some of the results from an experiment conducted in collaboration with our partner our partner Open Map Development in the Mwanza City Council.  


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Using satellite imagery to enhance data in solid waste management

Exploring how Mwanza city in Tanzania intended to use new sources of data to inform its solid waste management operations  


Can Design Thinking help understand Solid Waste Management Systems? Experiences from Tanzania

UNDP Tanzania Accelerator lab has embarked on an exciting collective intelligence odyssey to engage the Mwanza Municipal Council’s environment department team to help re-imagine the city’s solid…  


Using 3D printing to help in the fight against COVID-19 in Tanzania

UNDP accelerator Lab in Tanzania has joined hands with various techpreneurs in the innovation ecosystem to respond to the crisis by supporting a '3D makers community' in designing, fabrication and…  


Deforestation in Developing Countries: Are we saving money from it?

Most rural areas in Tanzania host a large population, and they continue to suffer from the impact of deforestation. The problem will continue if no concrete measures are taken to arrest the situation  

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