Makerspaces are viewed as useful labs in communities as they present users with
the relevant tools and equipment that facilitate education, creativity and
innovation. Unfortunately, tracking and measuring the impact of makerspaces in
Africa has been a challenge and that can be partly attributed to the absence of clear
In an attempt to contribute to solving the said challenge, this
study presents 74 indicators that can be used by makerspaces in Africa to track and
record their impact. Click here to read it.
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