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CIPESA’s Reflections on the Third Africa Internet Governance Forum, 2014

afig-header By Lillian Nalwoga. With the internet projected to reach almost 20 per cent of the Africa population in 2014, it becomes important to discuss modalities...

Towards an African Declaration on Internet Rights

Untitled As internet usage continues to grow in Africa, so does the interest by governments to monitor users’ online activities. This has led to a clash...

ToroDev trains rural youth and women in online advocacy for improved service delivery

rural_monitors ToroDev has started training rural women and youth leaders in the seven districts of the Rwenzori Region in using online tools to monitor service delivery....

Bridging Africa’s Internet Trade Deficit: The 2012 Africa Peering and Interconnection Forum

bridging By Dr. Dawit Bekele, The Internet Society With Africa importing almost 99% of its Internet traffic and with a consumer base of over 139 Million...

Kenyan Human Rights Networks Deploy ICT Platforms in their ICT4Democracy Work

254631_174407272631941_4995435_n Two Human Rights Networks (HURINETS) working with the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) to improve grass roots based organisations’ and their memberships’ understanding of the...