Indian start-ups showcase prowess in Africa

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In an effort to boost the start-up ecosystem in Africa, a delegation of 21 Indian start-ups, which had accompanied Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kenya, have showcased their technologies and case studies there.
These start-ups were jointly led by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and the Technology Development Board (TDB).
The FICCI and the TDB intend to begin a programme dubbed African Development through Indian Technology and Innovation (ADITI) under the slogan ‘India Shares Because It Cares’ as envisaged in the joint statement by Modi and more than 40 heads of States of Africa during the India Africa Forum Summit III in New Delhi in October 2015.
The participating companies come from several national flagship programmes such as DST-Lockheed Martin India Innovation Growth Programme, Millennium Alliance, and DRDO-FICCI Accelerated Technology Assessment and Commercialisation.
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