Machine.ANI (Machine Africa Networks of Industries) is a shared production space that is used to enable and house micro-factories that convert manufacturing inputs to finished products. It represents a unique demonstration of the provision of shared resources to Jua Kali artisans and informal manufacturers.
Machine Africa is a shared production space that enables and houses micro-factories that convert manufacturing inputs to finished products.
Machine Africa provides a space for a supportive ecosystem and incubation space for hardware entrepreneurs providing SMEs and entrepreneurs access to tools that would typically be beyond their reach.
Machine Africa approach is also decidedly future-facing, meaning that the technologies and methodologies it avails to its beneficiaries are consistent with the 4th industrial revolution.
Machine Africa is focused on securing business contracts with the government, NGO and private sector with the aim of sub-contracting jobs to trained beneficiaries. .
MACHINE AFRICA CENTER
Manufacturing shades and workstations positioned next to the makerspace and rented to beneficiaries and Juakali enabling easy access to the factory.
Machines available in a
Access to modern capital-intensive manufacturing machines that are not readily accessible by Jua kali artisans. The machines are made accessible to beneficiaries and local Jua kali artisans at a subsidized fee enabling them to produce world class products with machines tailored to provide precision and efficiency in production. Users of the centers will have readily available expertise on site to assist and trouble shoot where necessary.