Keep up the good work 🙂
On Mon, Jul 9, 2018, 12:18 AM Grace Githaiga via kictanet <
> I take this opportunity to share a KICTANet report on*10 years of ICT
> policy discourse in Kenya (2007 – 2016)**.*
> The commencement of this project was premised on the need to identify the
> different conversations that had taken place on the KICTANet platform since
> 2007.The object was to find out what issues had been discussed, which
> stakeholders had been active, and what sort of policy impact the debates
> had created.
> Notably, over 30,000 exchanges had happened during the period under
> review, with 27,000 being on ICT policy.*Bitange for President *was one
> of the top threads, followed by*TV Signals turned off *and *Vision 2030
> and Misplaced Priorities *coming third.
> Kudos to the following:
> – Grace Mutungu (Bomu) for overseeing the project and writing the
> – Rosemary Koech-Kimwatu was the lead researcher. She was assisted by
> a team comprising Francis Monyango, Joyce Mutheu, Njoki Mwangi, Umuhany
> Zuhudi and Dennis Karanja. This team pored the over 30K conversations and
> categorized them into internet governance baskets. And
> – Washington Odhiambo for curating the list and for the data analysis.
> The full report can be accessed here:
> Best regards
> Githaiga, Grace
> Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet)
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