Report of the Annual Meeting of the African Technical Advisory Committee (ATAC), 9 - 10 December 2004 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
This paper focused on the report of the annual meeting of the African technical advisory committee (ATAC).
Report of the sub-committee on geo-information
The Sub-committee on Geoinformation met from 1 May to 4 May 2007. Two pre-CODI events were held on 30 April 2007. These included a meeting of the enlarged African Reference Frame (AFREF) Steering Committee and a workshop ...
Sub-committee on geoinformation synthesis report of the activities CODI-Geo working group
This report is a synthesis of activities that have been undertaken by working groups established by the Executive Working Group (EWG) of CODI-Geo. The working groups were established at the third meeting of CODI, which ...
Report of the WSIS academia research network brainstorming workshop, 9-11 June 2004 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
A nation's ability to fully develop an Information Society depends on the capacity of its people to be educated, to assimilate, and to process complex information. In this context,higher education institutions play a ...
Report on statistical activities : Kenya
The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) carries out its functions through seven divisions namely: a Macroeconomic Division: Population and Other Social Statistics Division; Labor and Industry Division; Agriculture, Food ...
Report on the follow-up activities of CODI 2 recommendations
The sub-committee gave emphasis to the promotion of ICTs in the development of the continent. It also examined in depth ECA’s work programme in information and communication technologies. Participants presented reports on ...
The status of cartographic activities in Ethiopia
The Ethiopian Mapping Authority (EMA) is a government organization with the responsibility for surveying, mapping and remote sensing activities in Ethiopia. EMA has the task of producing basic geoinformation for a vast ...
Scientific development, innovation and the knowledge economy: premise for development in Africa?
This model assumes that industrialization will be the main driver of growth. Consequently , development is measured essentially by levels of production and consumption, using indicators such as gross domestic product (GDP) ...