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The wave of protests led by Gen Z in Kenya has underscored the significant role of modern ICT and social media. These protests not only had a local impact but
A future realistic image of a lady pointing at a virtual screen.
The ICT Authority (ICTA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Digital Economy, and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) are conducting a data validation workshop for their
Illustratipn of Feed Back with each caption from a male and female figure respectively
How open are you to receiving feedback? Have you ever considered why you react differently to different types of feedback, whether positive or negative? To better understand this let’s walk
View over the windscreen with a hand holding a steering wheel and a blurred image of the STOP sign in front.
The World Assistive Technology Day reminds me of a heated debate we had Last week with the deaf community.  This was during one of the sessions of the weeklong training
#CADE Project Panel Discussion
The CADE project, co-funded by the European Union, was a key focus of a recent panel discussion. Led by Stephanie Psaila (DiploFoundation), the project aims to empower civil society organizations
  Digital rights are not exclusive to the Western world; they are a global issue. Many African leaders mistakenly perceive digital rights as a Westernized concept, causing significant repression and
A letter block of DRIF 2024
The ongoing Digital Rights and Inclusion Forum (DRIF24) in Accra, Ghana, generates insightful conversations around this year’s theme: “Fostering Rights and Inclusion in the Digital Age.”  One of the sessions
A poster on Empowering Community Networks in kenya
Community Networks (CNs) are powerful tools for reaching out to and connecting with communities at the grassroots level. They operate within the community’s norms and ways of life, better equipping
KICTANet is participating in Paradigm Initiative’s 2024 Digital Rights and Inclusion Forum (DRIF) in Accra, Ghana. DRIF is an essential platform for shaping conversations on African digital policy, debating policy
In a momentous event in Nairobi, President William Ruto of Kenya launched the inaugural Connected Africa Summit 2024, urging the continent to prioritize its young innovators in the journey towards
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