Media Partners

The 10th ICT4D Conference is supported by the following organizations:

Africa Health IT News (AHIT) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the use technology in Africa healthcare. We educate and inform the world about the trends in the use technologies in Africa healthcare. For more information, visit


AsianNGO is the premier source of information for organizations working in NGOs & Civil Society, CSR, Social Enterprise. With a mix of print, web and digital media, AsianNGO provides information on grant opportunities, news and policy updates, partnership linkages and learning resources. For more information, visit


BongoHive is Zambia’s first technology and innovation hub. We assist scalable startups of any background by enhancing skills, accelerating growth, strengthening networks, increasing collaboration, providing a forum for ideas exchange, and reducing the barriers to entrepreneurship. We provide a wide range of startup/entrepreneurship programmes, tech programmes, workshops and events all focused on making Zambia Africa’s next hotbed of innovation. For more information, visit


The Connect-World magazines are a forum for the highest-level ICT decision makers, to discuss the impact of ICT upon regional development.

Connect-World publishes editions for Asia-Pacific, AME, EMEA, Europe, India, Latin America, North America, and Global. Authors are ICT leaders of industry, governments, regulators, international organisations, legal experts, bankers and their advisors. 22,000 copies of each edition of Connect-World are delivered to decision-makers of leading international companies, telecom ministries, regulatory agencies, carriers, service providers, equipment manufacturers and vendors. Each edition is distributed to a further 109,489 readers digitally. Connect-World is also a major sponsor of trade shows. For more information, visit


Humentum is the essential community for today’s international relief and development organizations. A global organization formed from the merger of InsideNGO, LINGOs and Mango, we have offices in Washington, DC, and Oxford, UK, as well as regional hubs in Africa and Latin America, with experts based in a range of countries around the world. We believe that behind every development program that works, there is smart leadership backed by strong operations teams, and our passion lies in helping those professionals deliver on their organizations’ missions. We do this with our focus on operational excellence. Our mission is to inspire and achieve operational excellence for organizations focused on positive societal impact. For more information, visit


CGAP’s Microfinance Gateway is a global platform for knowledge sharing in financial inclusion. Available in four languages – English, French, Arabic, and Spanish – the Gateway enables practitioners to share lessons, views, and expertise through blog contributions, interviews, and webinar presentations. Each language site specializes in content relevant to its associated region. The Microfinance Gateway websites welcome over one million views each year and host more than 10,000 publications from 4,000 organizations. The Gateway invites practitioners to share their work, ideas, and innovative business models with their peers by submitting content directly on the website.

The Gateway Exchange is the bi-weekly newsletter of the Microfinance Gateway which provides the latest updates on financial inclusion, and the Gateway LinkedIn Group connects practitioners with their peers globally. For more information, visit


ReConnect Africa is a unique careers and business website and online magazine for African professionals around the world.

ReConnect Africa features articles and interviews on careers, development and business in Africa as well as information on relocation to Africa, top companies and recruitment agencies for Africa. It offers an ideal platform to advertise job vacancies, products and services to a targeted professional African market in Europe, across Africa and around the world. For more information, visit


ReliefWeb is the leading humanitarian information source on global crises and disasters. It is a specialized digital service of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

We provide reliable and timely information, enabling humanitarian workers to make informed decisions and to plan effective response. We collect and deliver key information, including the latest reports, maps and infographics from trusted sources. ReliefWeb is also a valuable resource for job listings and training programs, helping humanitarians build new skills and discover exciting new career opportunities. For more information, visit


TechSoup equips changemakers with transformative technology solutions and skills they need to improve lives globally and locally. Whether you have resources to give or solutions you need to get, TechSoup facilitates the exchange. A trusted partner for nearly three decades, TechSoup provides both the digital platforms and in-person experiences that enable people to work together toward a more equitable world. For more information, visit