FIH Gigatron

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FIH Gigatron
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Status planned
Country Democratic Republic of the Congo
State or District Kinshasa
City Kinshasa
Date of founding 2017/01/04
Last Updated 2023-05-15
Phone 0998179175
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9A, Kutu, Binza Pigeon, Ngaliema
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Number of members 15
Membership fee 10$ for students, 20$ for private employees, 200$ for corporates.
Size of rooms 100 m2
Open to Exchanges? yes
Open to Residencies? yes
Residencies Contact

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This group brings together IT security professionals, engineers, technicians and anyone else who wants to make a positive change in our community through the use of Science and Technology.

We are convinced that it is possible to achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, using technologies that break established norms. Putting innovation in front position is our approach.

Pope Francis Laudato Si’ encyclical echoes the same messages and call for essentially the same outcomes: The system is broken. It needs to be hacked.

Both Pope Francis and the United Nations provide guidelines for how we can do things differently, more creatively, more effectively. Now, it’s up to all of us to follow through and take action.

We Code for Peace, to Transform Lives and Protect the Planet. We Hack Poverty. Welcome to FIH Gigatron