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Microsoft helps women's start-up BugSlayers to tackle farm pests

Thursday 11 July 2019 | 16:56 CET | News
Microsoft will facilitate commercialisation of a female-led Kenyan start-up whose software helps farmers predict eruptions of crop pests and diseases. Microsoft 4Afrika regional director Amrote Abdella said The BugSlayers founded by Clara Nashipai, Sylvia Achach, Rosianah Musyoka and Bethany Jepchumba will be placed in an internship programme and the software fine-tuned before its launch into the market. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Kenya
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