What we do


Cost-effective, self-learning environments where the learners design & define education for themselves.

A community space that fosters curiosity, innovation, creativity, and critical thinking.

A safe space where people from abject poverty, vulnerable communities, at-risk environments can come and create relevant life goals.


Nook Hub is a combination of a Nook and a growth office. These nodal points enable us to create teams in other geographies, to allow the concept to be locally customized and spread.

The first 2 Nook Hubs are in Rwanda and Zimbabwe.


University makerspaces are a network of makerspaces in partner Universities where students can learn about digital technologies in a hands-on environment, turn their ideas into working prototypes and in the process come up with local solutions to local problems. They are equipped with everything needed to turn an IoT idea into a working prototype, including both Cisco and 3rd party equipment.
The program is structured to encourage a rapid prototyping mindset with 24/7 access to the makerspace and all the equipment therein as well as active mentorship and training.