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Three teams from a field of nine finalists won the competition in Nairobi, Kenya. Their products ranged from machinery for mining to sanitation and agriculture equipment. ASME's Noha El-Ghobashy, on the left, and KPMG Kenya’s Samuel Neri, right, present the awards.
Rose Nyawira, co-founder, and Patrick Kiruki, co-founder and designer, Banza Limited, show a prototype for their waterless toilet. Listen to Patrick and Rose explain how they envision helping improve sanitation in Kenya.
Taita Ngetich, of Illuminum Greenhouses, presents his designs for a drip irrigation system to ISHOW judges. Watch to Ngetich explain how he thinks his system will improve yield and improve incomes for famers in in developing regions.
Lawrence Ojok, founder, and Eduardo Monte, both of Green Rock Drill, present their design for a portable rock drill. Listen to Ojok explain how his portable drill can fill a niche between expensive equipment for large scale mining and artesian mining that depends on hand tools.
ISHOW Videos produced and directed by Roger Torda, ASME Public Information.
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