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National CIRT Establishment - Burundi (9BDI12011)


The main goal of the project is to assist the government of Burundi to establish its national Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity; aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will assist the government of Burundi in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Assistance to Burkina Faso for the implementation of the concept of e-Cabinet (7BKF10007)


This project aims to support the efforts of the Government of Burkina Faso in the implementation of "e-Cabinet" or "Council of Ministers paperless" which rely on the use of Information Technology and Communication Technology (ICT), including the Government Intranet and security solutions based on the use of a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

The "e-Cabinet", which will allow members of the Government to work electronically, will save time and efficiency while contributing to the fight against climate change (economy of paper documents).

This project is both in the context of the implementation of the Global Cybersecurity Agenda (GCA) of the ITU and the ITU provides support to its Member States and responds to the request Government of Burkina Faso on it.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French

Basic PC and Training Course in Zambia (9ZAM09004)


Under this project, students of a designated school in Zambia will be trained on the use of PCs and Internet.

Broadband Wireless Network (7RAF08073-01)


The outputs of this project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure for identified areas in selected countries in Africa;
2. Development of ICT applications;
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks;
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of the beneficiary countries that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for undeserved populations in rural and remote areas;
5. Development of an impact assessment report;
6. Quarterly and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with the terms of the Grant Agreement.

Broadband Wireless Network - Burkina Faso (7RAF08073-05)


The outputs of this project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure in Burkina Faso;
2. Development of ICT applications;
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks;
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of Burkina Faso that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas;
5. Development of an impact assessment report;
6. Quarterly and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with terms of Grant Agreement.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Broadband Wireless Network - Burundi (7RAF08073-02)


The outputs of this project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure in Burundi;
2. Development of ICT applications;
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks;
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of Burundi that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas;
5. Development of an impact assessment report;
6. Quartely and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with terms of Grant Agreement.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Broadband Wireless Network - Mali (7RAF08073-04)


The outputs of this project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure in Mali;
2. Development of ICT applications;
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks;
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of Mali that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas;
5. Development of an impact assessment report;
6. Quartely and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with terms of Grant Agreement.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Broadband Wireless Network - Rwanda (7RAF08073-06)


The outputs of this Project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure in Rwanda;
2. Development of ICT applications;
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks;
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of Rwanda that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas;
5. Development of an impact assessment report;
6. Quarterly and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with the terms of the Grant Agreement.

Broadband Wireless Network in the Kingdom of Lesotho (7RAF08073-07)


The outputs of this Project include:
1. Deployment of wireless broadband infrastructure for identified areas in the Kingdom of Lesotho.
2. Development of ICT applications for the Kingdom of Lesotho.
3. Training local experts on the operation of deployed wireless communication networks.
4. Development of national ICT broadband network plans for the entire territory of the Kingdom of Lesotho that will deliver free or low cost digital access for schools and hospitals, and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas.
5. Development of an impact assessment report.
6. Quarterly and final reporting to the Foundation, consistent with the terms of the Grant Agreement.

Capacity building and the development of ORTM Regional Stations (7MLI11004)


This project aims to support the efforts of the Government of Mali in the modernization of the Office of Radio and Television of Mali (ORTM) and will be funded by the ITU and the Government of Mali as detailed in the budget. In its implementation, it will strive initially to networking broadband Central Station ORTM in Bamako and its regional stations in eight regions that are Kayes, Koulikoro, Sikasso, Segou in the south and Mopti, Timbuktu, Gao and Kidal in the north, the connection speeds range from 512 Kbps to 2 Mbps, depending on the capabilities of links that will provide the telecommunications operator SOTELMA. Then FTP servers will be installed to allow the transfer of audiovisual production from regions to the capital Bamako, where they will be centralized, processed and disseminated throughout the country. Finally, a training program will be developed and delivered to all stakeholders in the production and processing of audio-visual programs to ensure full control over the entire chain.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


CoE Network for Africa (7RAF08072)


Under the aegis of the Regional Initiatives for Africa, this Project aims to establish a sustainable network of selected training and educational institutions (hereafter "nodes") that provide training opportunities in topics related to telecomunications/information and communication technologies (ICTs). The overall objective is to promote human capacity building of governmental authorities, regulators, and senior managers of operators and service providers.

CoE Network for Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries in Africa (9RAF08075)


The aim of this project is to build a dedicated Centre of Excellence mechanism to address the capacity needs of the Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries in Africa. This is in recognition of the unique linguistic challenges they encounter in assimilating new knowledge, particularly in the areas of new technologies, through a second language.
The project will bring together programs and courses developed within the ITU and its partners, as well as the Spanish and Portuguese speaking global community, that are available for sharing, in the areas of telecommunication policy, regulation, management and new technologies and services with the final aim to setting up a sound and self-sustainable capacity building environment in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries in Africa.
In view of the move towards a single integrated Centre of Excellence in Africa, links will be maintained between the networks established under this project and those set up under the Africa CoE project. Such links will facilitate exchange of skills, experts, content as well as experiences in telecommunications/ICT development.
This project will seek synergies with the Africa Centre of Excellence project with a view to eventually integrating it into the global Africa network of Excellence.

Computer Training and Braille transcribing service (7ETH08002)


Under this project ITU will assist the ATCB by procuring the suitable equipment such as speech synthesizers, magnifying hardware-software and Braille displays.
The main outputs of this project should be the following:
- Suitable equipment to be deployed in the centers identified;
- Identified equipment purchased, delivered and installed;
- Expert's missions to train the trainers in the centers in the use of the equipment conducted;
- Awareness among the general public related to the rights and privileges of the blind in Ethiopia in the usage of computers with adaptive technologies through organization of events, etc.

Connect a School, Connect a Community in Gambia (9RAF10084-04)


This Project is designed to promote broadband connectivity in schools in remote, rural or underserved areas of GAMBIA, so that schools can be used as community ICT centres (CICs). This Project aims to improve ICT access and use by school children and members of the local community, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups such as women and girls, indigenous and rural people, older persons and persons with disabilities.
This Project will connect schools to broadband Internet services, provide individual or shared computing devices to school children, and establish in the connected schools community ICT centres that can be used both for the socio-economic development of community members and to provide fee-paying services to foster sustainability for the community ICT centres. Furthermore, this Project will also provide relevant training for teachers, managers of the ICT centres and the trainers who will provide socio-economic relevant training for community members to enable use of ICTs in their day-to- day social and economic activities.
Best practices in promoting school connectivity related to policies, regulation, applications, services and practical experiences included in the ITU "Connect a School, Connect a Community" Toolkit (www.connectaschool.org) will be used in the implementation of this Project including any emerging best practices which ITU will identify around the world.
In addition, in order to ensure a common vision and understanding of the roles of all stakeholders, a national workshop will be organized for senior Government officials and other national stakeholders, to discuss based on the implementation of this Project and the best practices identified in the ITU "Connect a School, Connect a Community" toolkit (www.connectaschool.org) future steps that the country stakeholders can take to extend connectivity at country level.
The ITU in cash contribution to this Project is funded by a donation of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, while in kind contribution is provided through direct support to this Project by ITU staff and experts.

Connect A School, Connect A Community in Niger (9RAF10084-03)


This project aims to encourage broadband connectivity of schools in remote, rural and underserved areas of Niger and use these schools as community ICT centers. This project aims to improve access to and use of ICT by students and members of the local community, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups such as women and girls, indigenous people, rural residents, people elderly or disabled.

To promote school connectivity, this project will apply the best practices in terms of policies, regulations, applications, services and practical experiences, which are in practice kit "Connect a School, Connect a Community" of ITU (www.connectaschool.org ).

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Connect a school, connect a community in sub-Sahara Africa (9RAF10084-01)


This project aims to encourage broadband connectivity of schools in remote, rural and underserved areas of three (3) sub-Saharan Africa at least, at least one (1) French speaking country, and use these schools as community ICT centers. The project aims to improve access to and use of ICT by students and members of the local community, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups such as women and girls, indigenous people, rural residents, people elderly or disabled.

In each selected beneficiary countries, the project will connect schools to Internet broadband services, provide individual or shared computer equipment to students in schools and create connected community ICT centers, which will serve both the socio-economic development of member community and paid service to ensure the sustainability of community centers. The project will also provide the necessary training for teachers; ICT centers managers and trainers who will ensure the socio-economic formation of community members.

To promote school connectivity, the project implements best practices in terms of policies, regulations, applications, services and practical experiences, which are in practice kit "Connect a School, Connect a Community" of ITU (www.connectaschool.org).

Furthermore, in order to generate political support for school connectivity and the creation of community ICT centers in schools in recipient countries will be organized in each of them a national workshop for government officials and other stakeholders. This workshop will explore the steps to connect all schools to broadband Internet services (eg. Changing regulations and policies, the development of a national plan for school connectivity, the use of funds Universal service to connect schools, etc..)

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Connect A School, Connect A Community in Tanzania (9RAF10084-02)


This Project is designed to promote broadband connectivity in schools in remote, rural or underserved areas of Tanzania, so that schools can be used as community ICT centres (CICs). This Project aims to improve ICT access and use by school children and members of the local community, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups such as women and girls, indigenous and rural people, older persons and persons with disabilities.
This Project will connect schools to broadband Internet services, provide individual or shared computing devices to school children, and establish in the connected schools community ICT centres that can be used both for the socio-economic development of community members and to provide fee-paying services to foster sustainability for the community ICT centres. Furthermore, this Project will also provide relevant training for teachers, managers of the ICT centres and the trainers who will provide socio-economic relevant training for community members to enable use of ICTs in their day-to- day social and economic activities.
Best practices in promoting school connectivity related to polices, regulation, applications, services and practical experiences included in the ITU “Connect a School, Connect a Community” Toolkit (www.connectaschool.org) will be used in the implementation of this Project including any emerging best practices which ITU will identify around the world.
In addition, in order to ensure a common vision and understanding of the roles of all stakeholders, a national workshop will be organized for Senior-Government officials and other national stakeholders, to be funded by ITU, to discuss and agree on a work plan that will guide the implementation of this Project, building on assistance provided to Tanzania in 2010 to develop a National School Connectivity Plan for Tanzania, based on the best practices identified in the ITU “Connect a School, Connect a Community” toolkit (www.connectaschool.org).
The ITU in cash contribution to this Project is funded by a donation of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, while in kind contribution is provided through direct support to this Project by the Government of Tanzania as well as by ITU staff and experts.

Creating a cyberspace and an integrated training center for people with disabilities in Mali (7GLO07066)


The project aims to support efforts by the Government of Mali in Bamako for the creation of cyberspace and an ICT training center open to all, with equipment and software for the people with disabilities.

This project also aims to provide persons with disabilities technical skills in ICT to enable them to participate in social and economic activities as well as other citizens of Mali. This will give them more opportunities to find stable employment and improve the long-term income and living conditions.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Direct assistance to Benin and Sierra Leone for transposition of ECOWAS, Supplementary Acts on the Harmonization of policies and regulatory framework for the ICTs (9RAF08074)


This project aims to providing direct assistance to two selected requesting countries, Benin and Sierra Leone, in the transposition, at a national level, of the ECOWAS Supplementary Acts on the Harmonization of policies and of the regulatory framework for the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Sector. These Acts were adopted to promote and integrated ICT market in West Africa among the ECOWAS Member States.
In line with local demands and requirements, international and/or local experts will be deployed in-site to assist the two countries, in particular the governments and the regulatory authorities and other governmental agencies in transposing the Supplementary Acts into the national telecommunication/ICT legislation of each country and making the new legislation effective.

International Telecommunication Union - Ministry of Information and Communication Feasibility Study on Digital Broadcasting Roadmap in Africa (9RAF07069)


In close collaboration with the related administrations of African countries, regional and international organizations, within the framework of this project, the ITU intends to conduct a feasibility study and develop a project document which will be used to provide a roadmap to assist some African countries in the transition to digital broadcasting. Eventually, this effort will promote investment in digital broadcasting and narrow the digital divide in the region.

Through the use of questionnaires, the current situation and future plans in digital broadcasting of the target countries will be collected and analyzed in order to define the scope and estimated period and necessary budget for creating a digital broadcasting roadmap.

Internet Exchange Points (IXPs): keeping local Internet traffic local (9RAF09082)


To achieve the objective of keeping local Internet traffic local, some African countries have established national Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) and Internet Service Provider (ISP) peering has emerged as one of the most important and effective ways for ISPs to improve the efficiency of operation and to  further reduce Internet access costs. The project will contribute towards the building of strong Internet Connectivity in Cape Verde and in Equatorial Guinea as the first beneficiary countries. The overall aim is to provide affordable Internet access and connectivity through the implementation of national and regional Internet exchange points plus any other critical infrastructure identified by the partners during the project’s implementation, including technical, policy and regulatory capacity building.

ITU-MFAE Transposition of ECOWAS Directives in Burkina Faso and Senegal (9RAF06868)


This project is intended to implement, at the national level, the ECOWAS recommendations on harmonization of regulatory reform in West Africa, with the aim to promote the region in an integrated ICT market. Experts will be recruited to help Burkina Faso and Senegal, particularly in the regulation of telecommunications, cyber security and universal access.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Malawi Multi-purpose Community Telecentres Project (7GLO07062)


This project, which is a sub-project of the project "MCT Project for Special Initiative", will support efforts by the Government of Malawi to extend ICT access and services to rural communities by providing basic sets of accessible ICT equipment, facilities and training to rural areas. The facilities will include assistive technologies such as Braille printers and other specific technologies to enhance accessibility to ensure ICTs for all. The final objective is to enable use of ICTs to access better opportunities for education, employment, information on health services, business opportunities including possibilities to live and work with confidence in rural areas thus curtailing the tendency to migrate to urban areas in search of greener pastures.

Master Plan for Wireless Broadband Access in Africa (9RAF11085)


The project aims to facilitate deployment of wireless broadband in developing and least developed countries. ITU in close collaboration with the Korean Government, intends to implement a project on master plan for wireless broadband access in the Africa Region.

Under this project the following outputs will be delivered:
- Survey results on the status of the broadband connectivity in general and wireless broadband access in Africa region;
- Collected information on development of appropriate policies, regulations and capacity building, including licensing, and planning for deploying wireless broadband access networks, from Guidelines and Recommendations developed by ITU;
- Wireless Broadband access Master Plans for at least 4 and up to 6 selected countries in the Africa Region within the limit of budget;
- Enhanced skills through training for making wireless broadband access master plan;
- The KPIs in this project will be the number of projects established and implemented and the number of enhanced skills.

Multipurpose Community Telecentres for Rural & Underserved areas of Sierra Leone (7GLO07065)


This project aims at providing access to telecommunication/ICT services to five identified and selected rural and underserved areas of Sierra Leone, namely Kambia, Makeni, Segbwema, Pujenhun and Mile 91 through the establishment of Multipurpose Telecommunication Centers (MCTs).
These MCTs will provide suitable services and applications to local communities which will enable them to make use of ICTs in their social and economic activities in order to improve their living conditions. The project will also make it possible for these isolated communities to have reliable community based services such as e-learning, e-health, e-commerce and e-government when these are implemented in future.
In addition, a capacity building program will be specifically designed and implemented in order to ensure sustainable operations and maintenance of the centers.

NATIONAL CIRT ESTABLISHMENT - Burkina Faso (9BKF12008)


The main goal of the project is to assist the government of Burkina Faso to establish its national Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity; aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will assist the government of Burkina Faso in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


National CIRT Establishment - Ghana (9GHA13004)


The main goal of the project is to assist the government of Ghana to establish its national Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity; aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.
ITU will assist the government of Ghana in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

National CIRT Establishment - Ivory Coast (9IVC12002)


The main goal of the project is to assist the government of Ivory Coast to establish its national Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity; aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will assist the government of Ivory Coast in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


National CIRT Establishment - Tanzania (9URT12005)


The main goal of the project is to assist Tanzania to establish its national CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team), to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity, aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will also assist Tanzania in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

National CIRT Establishment - Zambia (9ZAM11005)


The main goal of the project is to assist Zambia to establish its national CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team), to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity, aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will also assist Zambia in building and deploying technical capabilities by delivering training aimed at supporting the country’s effort in the establishment of a national CIRT. The project will strengthen national cybersecurity capacity and will also enhance national coordination as well as regional and international cooperation.

National CIRT Establishment in Kenya (9KEN12005)


The main goal of the project is to assist Kenya to establish its national CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team), to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity, aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will assist Kenya in building and deploying the technical capabilities and related trainings necessary to establish its national CIRT. Thus it is expected to lead to development of national cybersecurity capacity while moving forward on enhancing regional and international collaboration.

National CIRT Establishment in Uganda (9UGA11007)


The main goal of the project is to assist Uganda to establish its national CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team), to serve as a trusted, central coordination point of contact for cybersecurity, aimed at identifying, defending, responding and managing cyber threats.

ITU will also assist Uganda in building and deploying technical capabilities by delivering training aimed at supporting the country’s effort in the establishment of a national CIRT. The project will strengthen national cybersecurity capacity and will also enhance national coordination as well as regional and international cooperation.

Natural Disaster Early Warning System - Uganda (7UGA11006)


This pilot project aims at setting up an early warning system in Eastern Uganda, an area which is vulnerable to floods and mudslides. ITU and UCC will jointly finance, design and deploy a public alerting system for authority to citizen information dissemination.

Project to create a Cybercafé for the blind and visually impaired people, and strengthening of a unit adapted to ICT training (7GLO07063)


The project aims to support the efforts of the Government of Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou for the creation of a Cybercafé open to all but with hardware and software suitable for blind and visually impaired. This project also aims to provide, through the strengthening of a unit suitable ICT training, technical skills in ICT that will include the blind and visually impaired to participate in social and economic activities as well as other citizens of Burkina Faso. This will allow blind and visually impaired to also increase their chances of finding a stable job and improve their income and living conditions in the long term.

Remark: the documents attached to this project are available in French


Roadmap for Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Mobile Television in Africa (7RAF08071)


As part of BDT activities on the implementation of Regional Initiatives projects approved by WTDC-06 (Res. 17 WTDC-06), within the framework of this project, BDT intends to assist the African countries to smoothly shift from Analogue to Digital broadcasting. The outputs of this project include:
- Development of guidelines on transition from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting and Mobile TV, covering the regulatory, legislation, technology, network planning and customer awareness issues;
- Development of roadmap for selected countries;
- Enhanced skills through training for making master plan and network plan.

Rural Telecommunications, ICT services and Entrepreneurship Development (9RAF06066)


The Government of the Republic of South Africa, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) entered into a cooperation agreement for implementing concrete projects to provide telecommunication and ICT services to remote areas in developing countries - in particular the least developed countries. The objectives are:
-Provision of appropriate ICT services through private sector investment, private institutions and entrepreneurs
-Promote the development of rural telecom operators to provide services in rural and remore areas;
-Leverage the emergence of small entrepreneurs using their own ressources or funds from financial institutions based on sound business plans and appropriate regulatory framework;
-Promoting the establishement and operation of community access facilities by individual through micro-financing institutions; and
-Implementation of public access facilities through public institutions (e.g. post offices, schools, hospitals).
This project document is an annex of the Cooperation Agreement signed on 18 November 2005 at the World Summit on Information Society Phase 2 in Tunis, and forms, its integral part.

SMS4DC Support Services for Tanzania (9URT10003)


Expert support for implementation of SMS4DC

Strengthening Training Capacity in Wireless Networking in Africa (7RAF09078)


This project will contribute concretely to develop networks of expertise by transferring low-cost wireless technology know-how to African training and/or educational institutions, by mentoring students and sharing knowledge through e-learning, augmented by missions to transfer specific skills. This will involve the establishment of training centres on wireless technologies at selected African training and/or educational institutions, training of trainers on related Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) curricula, provision of training materials (e.g., lab bundles), and the launching of specific training opportunities. The project will encourage the participation of women and young people in the ICT sector.

Study on innovative ways of appropriating mobile telephony in Africa (9RAF10081)


This project aims to conduct a study on how innovative appropriating mobile telephony in Africa.

The democratization of mobile telephony in Africa, its accessibility, ease of use and especially its appropriation by the population are a great success. Populations with very low incomes are involved not only to access the phone but also to innovate by creating new features and applications that are useful. There is thus a development uses "bottom" and an economy that is both formal and informal was created to meet the needs. Many actors - private, public, NGOs - have mobilized.

Operators and equipment manufacturers were able to change the business model to adapt their equipment and their applications and thus allow access to services at affordable prices. NGOs have also established courier services in various sectors. Changes in use, however, is uncertain. Different approaches ranging from SMS to full convergence with Internet experiments using smart phones and "netbooks" are concurrent. Cost reduction will result in an increase in the numbe


Support for Harmonization of the ICT Policies in Sub-Sahara Africa (HIPSSA) (7RAF08070)


The HIPSSA project, which covers the entire Sub-Saharan Africa, supports the regional organizations in up-dating or developing new regional policy and legislative ICT guidelines. In the second phase, the project is offering technical assistance to the Member States for national transposition of the above regional guidelines. Where regional guidelines are already available, technical assistance is offered directly.

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