National assembly of Zambia: ICT master plan
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have become an important strategic tool in both developed and developing countries for promoting competitiveness and stimulating economic growth in addition to lowering ...
African science, technology and innovation: review 2013
The generation, diffusion and application of technology in the public and private sectors to meet economic and social aspirations and challenges, have been one of the drivers of Africa’s success in the last decade. The ...
e-SADC strategic framework
The main objectives were promotion of lCT use for regional economic integration;enhancement of connectivity and access to ICT services among and within SADC member States; development of applications including e-government, ...
Concept note: third session of the Committee on Development Information, Science and Technology (CODIST-III)
CODIST III will focus specifically on: 1. the alignments of the current innovation indicators to Africa’s main economic sectors and priorities and 2. the methodologies and frameworks to capture the innovation performance, ...
Draft report of the third meeting of the committee on development Information Science and Technology (CODIST- III): 12th - 15 th March 2013 ( Summary , resolutions and recommendations)
The paper focuses on the draft report of the third meeting of the committee on development Information Science and Technology (CODIST- III): |b12th - 15 th March 2013 ( Summary , resolutions and recommendations.
Réunion Ad Hoc du Groupe d'Experts sur l'harmonisation des législations en matière de technologies de l'information et de la communication en Afrique centrale sur Ie thème: « cadre de conformité de l'économie numérique »:rapport des travaux
Le Bureau Sous-régional pour l'Afrique Centrale de la Commission Economique des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique (CEA/BSR-AC) a organise du 25 au 26 février 2013 a Libreville, République Gabonaise, la Réunion Ad Hoc du Groupe ...
Science with Africa conference 2
The paper deals with the African governments and their institutions should promote, facilitate, strengthen and safeguard the business, market and entrepreneurship capacity and skills within their national STI systems, in ...