Africa is a continent of young people and agricultural opportunities. According to the the Youth development Index report (Commonwealth, 2016) in 2015, 265 million young people lived in SubSaharan Africa, accounting for 15% of the global youth population and this area continues to be of the ten lowest-ranked countries in the 2016. Agriculture employs between 40 and 70% of youth, where productivity is lower and access to social protection schemes is rare, facing problems like access to land, productive inputs, technology and access to markets. Nevertheless agriculture remains the sector with the majority of employment opportunities for young people in the foreseeable future. Digital online networks, text messages to provide agricultural information and mobile application to help farmers save money and access to finance are just few exemples of how ICTs is involving youth in agriculture, helping grow the agribusiness sector and creating new job opportunities. We want to challenge traditional prejudices and trying to improve the attraction of farming as a profession for youth through ICTs and social entreprenership. We want to launch the first Agri tech Hub in Kenya to respond to the need of having a concrete possibility to create job opportunities in the agribusiness sector through an innovative perspective, empowering the knowledge sharing between the West and the East Africa. We have already built a consinstent network of partners across Africa and Europe and built a physical Hub in a rural area in Senegal by using local recycled material and agroecology techniques. We want to replicate our experience in Kenya and create an Agri FabLab space to enable the exchange between state-of-the-art technolgy and rural realities, by training youth to generate viable agribusiness activities and facilitate the access to finance by using ICTs. Our co-working space will allow an interdisciplinary community based ecosystem to come up together to share knowledge, develop solutions and connect the rural zones with skilled youth who live in the towns.