Over 200 professionals gathered in Kigali to attend the ICDL Africa Forum 2019 to discuss how to improve digital skills across Africa. Alejandra attended from Computer Aid International and was in good company with attendees from Smart Africa, Kigali City, ANSUT, AIMS, GIZ – STEP, TETFUND, ABSU-CEP, as well as The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of ICT and Innovation Rwanda.
The summit featured two-panel discussions, case studies, testimonies, workshops, and thematic working groups providing attendees with a chance to explore major challenges for the development of Africa’s digital industry. Also during the forum, ICDL announced their awards, and we were thrilled to be presented with the award for best practices.
ICDL Africa is part of the ICDL Foundation, the not-for-profit certifying authority of ICDL. Established to guide the implementation of the ICDL standards in the African context, ICDL Africa manages the accreditation of a growing network of ICDL Accredited Test Centres (ATCs) and provides a focal point for the formation of partnerships with organizations who share our national economic development and capacity building goals.