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Partnership Objectives

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"It is important to have private-public partnerships the private sector drives the development as the public sector lays the foundation. ICT offers something profound spanning across boundaries binding us together."

Aminah Zawedde
Ministry of ICT and National Guidance Uganda, Digital Transformation Expert

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    IIPGH Ghana

    The Institute of ICT Professionals, Ghana (IIPGH) is a professional Association which is made up of professionals in various domains of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) practice. The Institute is a connector of ICT professionals from Government MDAs, educational institutions, corporate organizations, start-ups, investors, and the civil society organizations to create a vibrant ICT ecosystem. The Institute of ICT Professionals, Ghana is a non-profit organisation which is made up of members in various domains of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) practice.


    The South African ICT Association is a non-profit organisation that promotes ICT development in South Africa by maintaining high standards of professional skills, ability, ethics, and integrity amongst South African ICT professionals, organisations, and companies. 

    ICTAZ Zambia

    The Information and Communications Technology Association of Zambia ICTAZ was established by an Act of parliament; ICTAZ Act no. 7 of 2018 of the laws of Zambia. This was to provide for the registration of Information and Communications Technology professionals and regulate their professional conduct in the interest of the information and communications technology sector.
    Section 3(1) of the Act renamed the Computer Society of Zambia registered under the Societies Act to the Information and Communications Technology Association of Zambia.

    ICTAU Uganda

    Develop a compelling Brand Proposition for Uganda’s ICT Sector

    • Support the development of an ICT technology HUB/Park in Uganda for Uganda.
    • Encourage and nurture the creation and development of lead technology for development software and mobile applications

     To develop and promote a competitive ICT Industry in Uganda

     To develop world class Ugandan ICT institutions through professionalism

    • Establish and Position the ICT Association as a global innovator 
    • Become the principal partner in governance and the implementation of E-Systems initiatives
    • Accelerate the development of ICT skills in “Secondary” and tertiary institutions
    • Develop and implement a formal partnership with the stakeholders in ICT sector

    To develop launch and drive a National System of innovation in the country
    To increase ICT access, and adoption for all Ugandans

    CSZ Zimbabwe

    The Computer Society of Zimbabwe (CSZ), established in 1974, is a globally recognized professional body for ICT professionals in Zimbabwe. Dedicated to advancing the country’s ICT ecosystem, CSZ promotes technology use across various sectors, educates the public, and fosters industry development. Upholding integrity, accountability, collaboration, leadership, and innovation, CSZ builds beneficial relationships among its members, government, industry, and society through information dissemination, awareness, research, and standardization efforts.

    Ictam Malawi

    The ICT Association of Malawi (ICTAM) is an umbrella body of all ICT professionals in Malawi. Our mission is to offer ICT leadership by catalyzing policy changes and by supporting related developments aimed at enabling Malawians to participate effectively in the modern technology-based global economy, benefiting the Nation and its partners.

    ICTAK Kenya

    The Information Communication Technology Association of Kenya (ICTAK) serves as a hub for information technology experts and industry stakeholders in Kenya. With a focus on providing consultancy, implementation, support, training, strategic planning, and business analysis services, ICTAK aims to elevate the standards within the ICT profession and foster a dynamic and vibrant society through information technology, both in Kenya and the rest of Africa. 

    BITS Botswana

    The Botswana Information Technology Society (BITS) is a non-profit, voluntary professional organisation representing the various information Technology (IT) stakeholders in the government, industry and academic sectors (public and private) of Botswana.

    Rwanda ICT Chamber

    The Rwanda ICT Chamber is the essential hub for Rwanda’s tech community, dedicated to propelling careers, entrepreneurship, and investments in ICT,  to make Rwanda both an African and global leader in technology-driven progress. The organisation provides access to finance, markets, skills development and advocacy, empowering members to thrive in Rwanda’s dynamic ICT sector. 

    ICT-ET ethiopia

    The ICT Association Ethiopia (ICT-ET) is an association of private sector ICT companies with the purpose to expose, engage and enable the private sector within the tech industry in Ethiopia. The association aims to enhance the development of human resources, education, and skills within member companies. This involves encouraging collaboration between member and private companies for ICT and tech development through both public and private sector participation. Additionally, it includes representing ICT companies in national discussions to promote responsible stakeholder input and propose policies that support the sector. 

    ICTAZ Zimbabwe

    The Organization seeks to empower society to master emerging technologies as essential tools and catalysts for sustainable development and independently watch-dogging the impact of ICTs on the environment and society for the good of the people and our planet.