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A makerspace - Ouagalab, Burkina

Caroline Grellier writing in the Makery: image via What are the recipes that make fablabs a success? Born in 2011, the Ouagalab is the oldest makerspace in West Africa. Our maker Caroline Grellier followed the progress of their construction site in 2014. Two years later, she met up with the community, as close-knit as ever...[more]
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