ICT4D Updates

Security Lessons Learned and Good Practice in Data Protection

Recently, the ICT4D Conference and NetHope hosted a webinar on security lessons learned and good practice in data protection featuring Joel Urbanowicz, Director for Information Security and ICT Operations, Catholic Relief Services; Stuart Campo, Team Lead – Data Policy, Centre for Humanitarian Data, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA); Jay L. […]

Achieving Global Water Security with Digital Innovations

  Digital technologies provide important support to increasing global access to clean and safe drinking water. Not to mention, it boosts accountability of service providers to their constituents; allows for improved/faster data informed decision making; and, enhances monitoring of WAter, Sanitation and Hygiene initiatives in urban and rural areas. This webinar, organized by CRS and […]

Watch the ICT4D Conference Showreel

   12th ICT4D Conference April 21 – 23, 2020, Abuja Nigeria   Join 200+ speakers, 800+ attendees including development and humanitarian professionals – program and country managers, technical experts, representatives of governmental, non-governmental and private sector organizations and meet individuals from 400+ organizations and 80 plus countries for 3 days of networking and knowledge […]

Why should you attend the 12th ICT4D Conference?

The 12th ICT4D Conference is coming to West Africa April 21 – 23, 2020, Abuja, Nigeria. Here’s why you should attend. The ICT4D Conference is where the global digital development community builds the future. Since the inception of the ICT4D Conference, thousands of participants have used this forum as an opportunity to step back from […]

Transforming Agriculture Through Digital Financial Innovations

  Digital innovation in rural financial services has the potential to be a game changer for achieving sustainable agriculture and global growth. Smallholder farmers and small enterprises in developing countries often lack the required investment capital and access to financial services, as well as the digital and financial literacy necessary for success. This webinar, organized […]

SAVE THE DATE: April 21-23, 2020

  The global ICT4D community will gather again in April for the 12th ICT4D Conference to take place in Abuja, Nigeria, and share how they are applying digital innovations to increase the impact of development and humanitarian programs. Highly interactive and hands-on, the conference attracts a diverse audience of 800-1000 technical advisors, program managers and […]

Survey participants enter the draw to win a complimentary ticket to the 12th ICT4D Conference

Thank you for attending the 11th ICT4D Conference in Kampala. We and our speakers would like to hear your feedback on the overall Conference and the sessions in particular. Please take a moment to answer our survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/ICT4D2019 All survey participants enter the draw to win a complimentary ticket to the 12th ICT4D Conference in […]

ICT4D conference closes with Uganda’s ICT minister calling for collaboration to reduce the cost of Information Technology Services

Kampala, Uganda, May 6, 2019: Honourable Frank Tumwebaze, Uganda’s minister for Information and Communication Technology & National Guidance of Uganda closed the largest ICT4D Conference: “We shouldn’t think that ICT is only for computer scientists in the lab. In these past three days, we have learnt that ICT is everywhere, in Agriculture, Education, and Health […]

Welcome Letter from the Ministry of ICT & National Guidance

Welcome Letter from the Ministry of ICT & National Guidance

Economies of Scale are the Answer to Low-Resource Information Security – Dharma Platform

Economies of Scale are the Answer to Low-Resource Information Security. Michael Roytman, Chief Data Scientist, Kenna Security, Co-Founder and Board Chair, Dharma Platform   In his Hoover Institution Essay, A Rubicon, Dan Geer, the Chief Information Security Officer of In-Q-Tel and an epidemiologist by training, brings to the forefront the central issue of all security:   “We […]