Kenya Telecentre Network in partnership with CTA has organized a workshop on social entrepreneurship from the 28th of September to 1st of October 2011. It will look at telecentre management as a whole but with a broader focus on entrepreneurship and service development within the telecentres. The three day workshop will end with a visit to Isinya Maarifa Centre, one of the Arid Lands Information Network (http://www.alin.or.ke). ALIN is this years winner of Access to Learning Award from Bill and Belinda Gates. We will also discuss the use of Open Street Map which is a free editable map of the whole world. It is made by people like you. It allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. Have a look at a sample map of Ugunja done on the same platform. (www.ugunja.org/map.htm) For telecentres to be true knowledge hubs, they must be custodian of information and knowledge within the communities they serve, open street map gives them the ability to collect and share information through maps.