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Friday May 27, 2011
Second Phase of TIGA awards celebrate ‘ICT for Education’ projects at the 6th eLearning Africa event

CODIST-II Thursday May 5, 2011

Closing Remarks by Ms. Jennifer Kargbo -Deputy Executive Secretary Economic Commission for Africa

CODIST II exhibition - exploring new ideas and innovation potential over a cup of coffee

Experts and Policy Makers conclude CODIST II with resounding call to invest in Science Technology Innovation

CODIST-II Wednesday May 4, 2011

African countries need to improve S&T policies and use technologies more effectively – Experts

New trends in ICT could foster industrialization and socio-economic development in Africas

CODIST-II Tuesday May 3, 2011

Janneh calls on Africans to embrace ICTs, while governments undertake the needed investments

ECA underscores science, technology and innovation policies in progress report to Member States

In ECA’s report to member states, policy and regulatory commitment emerge as crucial to ICT progress in Africa

Grand debut for CODIST II as MPs launch African Inter-Parliamentary Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation

Global Geospatial Data Resources critical to planning in Africa - Geoinformation experts

CODIST-II Monday May 2, 2011

Launch of Institutional Repository seen as “Milestone in the access and diffusion of information on Africa

For Africa, the future of knowledge sharing lies in open access technologies

Experts deliberate cyber security with growth of Africa’s information economy

Africa: Cybercrime on the Rise as Bandwidth Increases

Sub-Saharan African countries need to increase their critical mass of competent home-grown experts

2011 TIGA award nominees announced