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ILICIT Africa’s CEO – Daniel K. Nanghaka – selected to represent Africa to the ICANN ATRT 3

Internet Users continue to face challenges in usability despite the inadequate methods of their voices or issues to be addressed. The Internet domain industry is governed through the Multi Stakeholder model where every region is represented.    Following the key role to represent the end users of the Internet Community ICANN At-Large comprised of the At-Large Advisory Council which drafts policy recommendations that on Internet issues that affect the end users. It was a priviledge to have ILICIT Africa’s CEO…

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ILICIT Africa and Checheza launched in Uganda

A new digital learning platform for primary education was on Thursday launched in Kampala, which government said will help children in lower primary better understand literacy and mathematics. Ms. Katrina Stensson, the chief executive officer of Checheza, the organization that has developed the application, said it will allow learners to read, write, count and play games anywhere on smartphones or tablets without an Internet connection. There are currently 150 pupils at a ILICIT Africa’s digital learning center in Bududa District…

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ILICIT Africa and Lara Learning Team enhances Children’s Digital Literacy in Bududa

In the need to bridge the digital divide ILICIT Africa in partnership with Lara learning started the Children Digital Literacy program in Bududa. Children’s Digital Centre is being piloted with children from the age of the 3 to 10yrs. 30 children for the first time learnt how to use tablets. The tablets were installed with Education Apps. The Pilot phase that started in May is set to last for a period of 2 years. Indigenous children in rural areas have…

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ILICIT Africa Partners with Lara Learning to test Learning Platform in Bududa

ICT driving the world today, there is a need to enhance learning abilities and Mobile abilities. ILICIT Africa whose aim is to enhance livelihoods through communication information technologies in Africa together with Lara will be implementing Learning abilities in children in Bududa. With the global need for educational enhancement and ICT everyone, everywhere on earth will be able to contribute in extending the app, and adapting it to their local community. As the world is going digital, and the price…

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Press Statement on Freedom of Expression and Ban of Media Houses from Broadcasting Opposition Gatherings in Uganda

Press Statement on Freedom of Expression and Ban of Media Houses from Broadcasting Opposition Gatherings in Uganda According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Freedom of expression is the right of every individual to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information through any media and regardless of frontiers. The ban violates the Freedom of Expression as a human right. Following the ban of the Government of Uganda to media houses broadcasting Opposition gatherings on the…

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ILICIT Africa holds Training Workshop on Geo Tools for M&E

The day started with the drizzles as a the doors where open to 8 organizations that swung into Information Access Centre at the Ministry of ICT Headquarters. Clouded with a packed agenda for the day, Joshua Akandanwaho opened up the training workshop with the Opening Remarks from National Information Technology Authority – Uganda (NITA-U). And immediately Charles Wanume from Digital Natives dived into the days session with Open Data Kit (ODK).   The participants presented were taken from Beginner to…

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Sympathy on the Residenst River Benue Bank Communities

We at EWERDIMA, would like to express our deepest sympathy to the families and friends of the people living in Kaamem, Wadata, Idye Village, Agboughoul, Atsusa Media Village, Gyado Villa and Kucha Utebe that have been affected by the recent flood. We would also like to commend the community leaders and the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) for raising the alert signal accompanied with proactive response. Disasters regardless of the magnitude shall not be overlooked. Every disaster requires collective response…

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Enhancing Knowledge and Skills in Ugandan Students

Technology demands in Uganda are changing. 30% of students who join university for ICT courses have less or no knowledge of technical experience regards to programming. Schools in the city have tremendously benefited from the technology and ICT boom that is sky rocketing leaving rural areas of Uganda untapped and unexposed to the demand of ICT skills and training. Imagine students dreaming to become computer geeks and programmers but are shadowed by the environment characterized by inadequate resources and human…

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Please Steal This Blog Post

At ILICIT Africa, we believe that free access to information is a human right. The Internet has dramatically enhanced our ability to exercise this right, but unfortunately most humans cannot access the Internet. Today, over 4.3 billion people cannot connect to the Internet at all and another roughly 1 billion people have their Internet connections censored or monitored. A world where only 20% of humans have truly free access to digital information is unacceptable. That is why we support the…

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Statement on the disaster brought by the EarthQuake in Nepal

On behalf of the EWERDIMA Team, I would like me pass our deepest condolences on the families and friends of the deceased during 7.8 magnitude quake struck an area of central Nepal between the capital, Kathmandu, and the city of Pokhara affecting the Victims in India, Bangladesh, Tibet and Mount Everest where the Avalanches were triggered. According to the Nepalese information minister who told the BBC that 1,500 people had been killed in the disaster, but that the true casualty…

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

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