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What is iLab Liberia?


iLab Liberia is a non-profit computer laboratory providing access to cutting-edge technology, expert IT assistance and a community leveraging technology for the good of Liberia. 

 

iLab offers free trainings in contextually relevant ICTs that are open to the public. iLab also hosts tech events and serves as a meet-up space for a range of tech enthusiasts and professionals.

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Upcoming Events

21/04/2014

Date/Time Event
21/04/2014 - 25/04/2014
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Introduction to Mastering the Internet for Girls

23/04/2014

Date/Time Event
23/04/2014 - 02/05/2014
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Introduction to Data Visualization - Making Sense of Data

24/04/2014

Date/Time Event
24/04/2014
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
International Girls in ICT Day

 

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