What we Do

ILICIT - Africa started in March 2012 with the name IGNITE - AFRICA. A resolvement was made by the management to have the name ILICIT - Africa meaning Integrating Livelihoods through Communication Information Technology for Africa.

ILICIT Africa aims at enhancing Livelihoods through the use of ICT. This is done through conducting Assessments, technology review then implementation.

Capacity Developement

We empower different individuals and organisations to adopt to change.

Community Empowerment

Continuity as distinguished from may be considering what would be visible by magnification. Community empowerment to sustainable living is a core value to us

Technology Adoption

Information, Communication and Technology are enablers to change and solve issues affecting humanity

Livelihood Enhancement

Everyone has a right to good standards and freedom of Expression, Livelihood empowerment is of great value to ILICIT Africa

We advocate for Adoption to ICT as we bridge the digital divide

ILICIT – AFRICA started in March 2012 with the name IGNITE – Africa. A resolvement was made by the management to have the name ILICIT – Africa meaning Integrating Livelihoods through Communication Information Technology for Africa.

Mission Statement

To enhance livelihoods through the adoption of ICT as an enabler to solving the challenges faced by indigenous communities

Our areas of expertise

Impact Assessment and Evaluation
Capacity Building and Training
Policy Review
Technology Development
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Why Work With Us

The ILICIT Africa team has continuosly redefined what it means to drive change and make an impact in African Communities. In parts of Africa up to 75% of people have never heard the word “internet”. We focus on creating transformation and enhancing livelihoods through adoption to Information Communication Technology.

We're looking for talents to make our vision real by:

  • identifying and supporting communities that are encountered in pressing social issues;
  • arming the next generation with critical skills of ICT and policy issues that affect there rights;
  • shifting paradigms of how society values and nurtures innovation;
  • building ILICIT Africa as an institution to sustain and create change that impacts the lives of Indigenous Communities


A series of surveys in 11 countries (including 42,000 people aged 15 to 64) found that the majority of unconnected people either did not know what the internet is, or have heard the word but do not know anything else about it.

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