Here is a curation of awesome tools built by Nigerians that can be used by anybody and from anywhere in the world.
Made in Africa
Developers in Africa use open source technology to solve some of the world's most intractable problems and grow their business ecosystems. Here's a snapshot of local projects across the continent.
FrontlineSMS is desktop/cloud based software created to lower barriers to positive social change using mobile technology
SMS gateway for Android powered phones
Messaging engine for the delivery of SMS, Star Menu and chat messages to diverse audiences in emerging markets and beyond.
RapidPro allows organizations to visually build scalable interactive messaging applications.
PesaPI is an API for mobile money systems across Africa. Using PesaPI you can save considerable time and effort when integrating mobile money systems into your application, making it easy for your …
A system for managing text messaging transports with via RESTful HTTP interface.
Chisimba is the product of a collaboration of the 13 African universities involved in the African Virtual Open Initiatives and Resources (AVOIR) project. Its main purpose is to foster capacity buil…
Open Duka is a project designed by the Open Institute that will provide a freely accessible database of information on Kenyan entities. This information will provide citizens, journalists, and civi…
GotToVote is a toolkit of simple web and SMS services that help citizens get to the ballot box informed and ready to vote. Kenya version accessible at https://kenya.gottovote.cc
Store data in Git, find it in Elasticsearch.
Django Smartmin - An admin-like utility for users
A lightweight MVC framework for Go(Golang)
Ushahidi Platform API version 3+
Source code for YorubaName dictionary
Repertoire du code Made in CI
An open source platform to onboard easily and securely organizational teams on multi-cloud Kubernetes clusters from a single console.
BàngáJS is a CLI generator for scaffolding ExpressJS applications with speed and efficiency.
The Open Health Information Mediator core component. OpenHIM Support: Post your query on OpenHIE Discourse using the #openhim tag https://discourse.ohie.org/