Technologies nouvelles et émergentes et compétitivité du secteur des ressources naturelles en Afrique
A l'aube du 21ème siècle, le développement des nations est devenu, plus que jamais, tributaire de la connaissance, de l'information et du savoir-faire. Ainsi, malgré sa grande richesse en ressources naturelles, l'Afrique ...
Déclaration de Bamako 2002
La Conférence Régionale Africaine Préparatoire au Sommet Mondial sur la Société de l'lnformation (SMSI) s'est tenue à Bamako, Mali, du 28 au 30 mai 2002. L'objectif de la Conférence était de lancer le processus de la ...
Information in the service of governance: Plenary session no.3: The role of the private sector "Private - Public: A marriage of convenience"
Internet, Television, Urbanization, Democracy and above all Literacy have transformed the whole world in a small microcosm where African citizens has also ended up by developing new needs, like what is going on elsewhere. ...
The African learning network : emerging from behind the knowledge curtain
This paper focuses on a global information society require a fundamental shift in thinking about the methodology of education. ICTs have already begun to exert massive transformation of education systems in developed ...
Follow-up of the second meeting of the sub-committee on statistics of the Committee on Development Information(CODI)
The second meeting of the Sub-committee on Statistics of the Committee on Development Information (CODI) was held at the Headquarters of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Addis Ababa, from 4 to 7 September 2001. ...
Fifth session of the committee on development information (CODI)
This CODI session will discuss the terms of reference for CODIST & Stat Com-Africa. the two new committees. Now let me turn to this fifth CODI meeting on the theme "Employment and the Knowledge Economy", which is in line ...
Perspectives on governance in East Africa : recommendations and plan of action
This document focuses on perspectives on government in East Africa: recommendations and plan of action.
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 ...
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) ...
Scan-ICT: understanding ICT penetration and usage in Africa
The Scan-ICT project is a multi-donor initiative that seeks to build support for the phased development of a comprehensive African capability to define, collect and manage key information needed to support the growing ...