kiwanja.net has moved on

After fifteen years in the technology, innovation and global conservation and development sectors, kiwanja.net shut its doors in April 2018. For a little background on the change, and where I’ve gone, check out the blog. This website remains as a record of those fifteen years, and everything we’ve achieved in that time. You can still reach out via the Contact page if you’d like to get in touch. I’ve not disappeared completely.

kiwanja.net
Inspiring social change

As a faculty member for the Pop!Tech Social Innovation Fellows program, Ken has provided warm support, deep insight and sleeves-rolled-up advice to each year’s class. The Fellows emerge energized, more focused on true social impact and better able to engage others in their work

Ollie Wilder, Former Pop!Tech Senior Program Manager

I have known Ken since 2008, when I worked at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. More recently, Ken was our Entrepreneur in Residence at CARE International. He’s helped our people think in new ways about technology and innovation and helped us troubleshoot and create new products through people-centred design. Having Ken as an Entrepreneur in Residence has lifted our game considerably on technology and innovation

Laurie Lee, Chief Executive, CARE International UK