ict@innovation is a capacity building programme which supports small and medium ICT enterprises and aims to encourage the growth of African ICT industries by:

1) spreading FOSS business models for enterprises 

2) fostering FOSS certification and

3) supporting innovative local FOSS applications for social and economic development.  

The ict@innovation portal provides free training materials, information on courses, and contact to people working with FOSS across Africa. You can become part of the ict@innovation community by registering a profile.


ict@innovation Blog

News on Free and Open Source Software in Africa and ict@innovation programme activities

LPI Training Batch II at InCo Technologies

Batch II of LPI preparation classes for LPI 101 has started in Dar es Salaam at InCo Technologies (T) Ltd executive Lab.
4 students registered this round (see  a pic attached)
A number is a bit low so we are planning to have a yearly schedule to allow interested individual to plan in advance to attend these trainings.

Idlelo5 Participation for ict@innovation Trainers

The ict@innovation programme would like to inform all ict@innovation trainers that we have opportunities for support to attend the Idlelo5 Conference in Abuja which will be taking place between 19th and 23

Community Empowerment Manager: Introducing Myself

Hi All,

I am Mawusee Komla Foli-Awli (please don't spend your day trying to read/keep my name in mind because it is long I know :-D) and I am from TOGO.

I have a developper background (Web environment). I am a big fan of CMS (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla) a new lover of Yii. I am a FOSS evangelist (FOSS saved my life more than once :-D).

I love music and I play guitar. I love cartoons, movies and humor.
I speak French, English and a little bit of Italian.

The Africa FOSS Business Innovation Award

The Africa FOSS Business Innovation Award – honoring Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) business development in Africa

Do you want to showcase your award-winning FOSS solution and business model to a continental audience of tech-experts and potential customers in March 2012?

Then make sure to apply for the “Africa FOSS Business Innovation Award – honoring Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) business development in Africa” by 28th February 2012.

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