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Welcome to KICTANet,

The Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) is a multi-stakeholder platform for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation. The network aims to act as a catalyst for reform in the ICT sector in support of the national aim of ICT enabled growth and development.

24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Taking the digital dividends to the constituencies for prosperity

Eric, I’m in full agreement with your suggestion – but this should be in addition to the ’40 tablets’. Raspberry Pis, whilst low cost, also need TVs as monitors, keyboards, mice, power supplies, cables. It would be a maintenance nightmare! So – there should be ‘maker space’ provided in addition for mebbe 5 Pis, with […]

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24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Taking the digital dividends to the constituencies for prosperity

While this cool – I was fortunate to sit with his team and talked about Ajira and this particular project. However my suggestion then and still is – why not install Rasberrry PI’s to create a development culture and cost a fraction to tablets? Eric  www.vaultglobal.co.uk Sent from my iPhone On 24 Jan 2017, at […]

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24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Taking the digital dividends to the constituencies for prosperity

Interesting read, I actually have a question:  What is the current state of Business Process outsourcing in this country? I remember there was a time when this was a tune everyone was singing as justification for landing five (or is it six) submarine cables. A few years down the line, have these industries taken off? […]

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24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

Taking the digital dividends to the constituencies for prosperity

Listers An interesting article penned by our very own CS. Insightful and needed.  Taking the digital dividends to the constituencies for prosperity I'm hoping that the Abdis, The Kamaus, The Karisa, The Poghishios, The Omaris, The Nyachaes…(You get the drift..) in the farthest corners of Kenya – From Wajir to Kakuma to Lamu will access […]

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24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

[isoc_ke] Research Invite: Broadband Performance in Kenya

@Ali, Precisely. Nairobi – despite its 4G links – is unfortunately not Kenya. So, if you guys have contacts outside the big cities to run these Quality of Service (QoS) tests, the better. Whereas we shall also collect urban data, it is important that our dataset includes non-urban / rural areas for a better representation. […]

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24 Jan Posted by in kictanet | Comments

[isoc_ke] Research Invite: Broadband Performance in Kenya

Walu Worthy research. I’m hoping that you will get people Mashinani to participate so that we can get data that is inclusive across the country. Ali Hussein Principal Hussein & Associates +254 0713 601113  Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: http://ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”  ~ Aristotle […]

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