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ICT and Governance in East Africa: Study Sites

By Varyanne Sika There might be unanimity in the excitement about ICTs in Africa but there remains little empirical evidence on the ways of actual use of ICT and in particular, for our study, in governance. Governance, as we approach it in this study, has a political and social component, and is responsive to the […]

Intel Student Partner Program: Now launching in Tanzania and Uganda. Apply by May 6th!

Following the successful launch of the Intel Student Partner Program in Kenya, we’re now opening up the opportunity for university students in Uganda and Tanzania to apply to be a part of this program. Apply by 6th May 2014 to be a part of this exciting experience! You can apply here: http://www.intel.co.za/content/www/za/en/education/student-partner-program/apply-now.html What is the Intel […]

How are ICTs impacting Governance in East Africa? (a.k.a “ICT and Governance in EA” Project)

Much as has been said of the promise, potential and progress of ICTs in the East African region. Governments, non-governmental organizations, private sector players, citizens and other stakeholders are embracing ICTs in interesting and innovative ways that merit further study. It is for this reason that iHub Research, as part of the ICT4Democracy East Africa […]

Mobile Technology in East Africa

Link to infographic. In the first quarter of this year, iHub Research prepared an infographic giving a general overview of the mobile sphere in East Africa for year 2011. This infographic showcases the different levels of uptake of mobile phones and related technology in the region. At the close of 2011, Kenya was the leading region […]

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