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Information Society in Africa
ICTs as Tool for Improving Local Governance in Africa
A UNESCO project mission report and assessment of the current situation and outlook in selected African municipalities (Zanzibar, Lusaka, and Maputo)

Specialized Course on Local e-Governance in Africa
Detailed description of the training course

E-governance related events at the WSIS in Tunis 2005
IST- Africa 2006 Conference


The launch of recent high-profile, pan-African development initiatives such as the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) has brought significant global attention to the concept and execution of good governance, transparency of policies and government processes, both at the centralised and decentralised level.


Nigeria: A step forward in the promotion of ICTs in the public sector Nigeria: A step forward in the promotion of ICTs in the public sector*
08-06-2005 - President Olusegun Obasanjo on 6 June in Abuja commissioned the new Online Project of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in a ceremony.

e-Government Project Launched in Gambia e-Government Project Launched in Gambia*
07-03-2005 - The government of The Gambia under the auspicious of DOSCIT has recently launched the E-Government project at the GRTS Building Complex, presided over by the vice President Isatou Njie Saidy. The objective of the E-Government project among other things include delivering first class public services, increasing citizen's participation, and streamlining public services.


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