The President Guelleh, participated this Monday, alongside his counterparts Heads of State and Government of Africa, in a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Smart Africa Alliance.

0
Monday 7th December 2020 21:22:50 in English News by Xafiiska Hargeysa
  • Visits: 298
  • (Rating 0.0/5 Stars) Total Votes: 0
  • 0 0
  • Share via Social Media

    The President Guelleh, participated this Monday, alongside his counterparts Heads of State and Government of Africa, in a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Smart Africa Alliance.

    Our country is all the more involved in the management and implementation of this Pan-African Forum in

    Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on Digg Share on Stumbleupon Share on Delicious Share on Google Plus

Our country is all the more involved in the management and implementation of this Pan-African Forum in

 

 

 

 

 view of the fact that it was chosen to house and manage the data center that is neuralgic to its project.

Indeed, two state-of-the-art data centers available throughout the Continent will be built in Djibouti and the other in Obock.

Created in 2014, the Smart Africa project equals a programme where, improving the conditions of African cities must, inter alia, make widespread use of new information and communication technologies (ICTs).

 

 

 

The ultimate goal of Smart Africa is not so much to have all the information data specific to African companies in digital format.






Its main interest lies in its ability to provide policy makers with analytical and anticipatory potential on the orientations to be defined for development.

Urbanization, strengthening human heritage, creating jobs, bridging the digital divide are, among other things, critical development factors on which the Smart City or Smart City initiative is undeniable to flow with a positive effect.

 

 

 

 

In an address at the rostrum of this event, the President of the Republic, His Excellency Ismail Omar Guelleh, reaffirmed Djibouti's commitment to making ' digital the catalyst for the development of our economies and improving the way of life of Our people ".

′′ It's a duty, a responsibility for all of us leaders to encourage our young people by building an ecosystem capable of bringing our talents into the global competition to become leaders of tomorrow ", he said. he declared in substance. He therefore hoped that Africa would further understand its growth through ′′ improving connectivity, developing the digital economy and digital inclusion ".





′′ Our agenda is to create the synergies needed to achieve them at the local and regional level, including through the interconnections of our infrastructures, the harmonization of our regulations, access to financial resources through a more frank orientation of African funds giving priority to this sector ", he argued to this end.

And the President of Djibouti to describe ′′ the inclusion of Tics at the heart of public development policies ′′ and their ′′ contribution to empower women and youth to promote social inclusion, especially disabled people ′′ as effective matrices at the realization of sustainable smart cities on our Continent.

The development of the Smart Africa City and its main derivative, the explosion of digital, give all the pledges of being vectors conducive to the economic integration of the continent, one of the main objectives of the Pan-African Organization.






 


Loading...
LATEST NEWS