18 - 20 May 2021 | SARIT CENTRE, NAIROBI, KENYA

PACKAGING AND PRINTING SOLUTIONS FOR COVID-19 THROUGH 3D PRINTING

Speakers: Mr. Dennis Micheni Munga, Co-Founder & CEO DB3D, Mr. Farai Taruvinga Mashambanhaka, Managing Partner at Africa Engineering Company and Ms Faith Ngige, Public-Private Dialogue, KEPSA (Kenya Private Sector Alliance)

During this session, we’ll be guided through the plastics and e-waste circular economies created through the use of 3D printing. Our hosts will discuss NPEK, a new initiative in the region, and how to develop a sustainable business model for PET plastics by recycling it to value-added 3D printing filament, for use in ECD (Early Childhood Development) products. Furthermore, what impact COVID-19 will have on these opportunities, both in Africa and globally.

KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS SESSION:

> Understanding NPEK; New Plastics Economy Kenya
> 3D printing opportunities in Kenya during COVID-19
> Disruptions caused by COVID-19 (PPE shortage & pollution) & the impacts on the market
> A broader look at Africa and global 3D printing solutions
> Overview of 3D printing opportunities in Africa, the strengths, challenges and how it related to the global landscape of 3D printing
> 3D printing and the African Healthcare system
> What opportunities does COVID-19 present 3D printing in Africa and around the World

 

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