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    Connect the African Continent
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    In 2050, half the world’s population will be African. The connection to networks will be the key challenge for the next 10 years, the economic development of Africa.


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    Ensure the security of key data
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    Protect the information technologies assets of Africa, organizations and African citizens.


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    Emerging in the digital economy & intelligence
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    Beyond infrastructures, the stake is to train many young people in IT and ICT.


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DIGITAL ECONOMY AFRICAN FORUM

Tuesday 29 March 2016


2nd Semester 2016
Strengthening the connection capabilities to information networks, telecommunication and therefore the knowledge economy are key issues for the people of the African Continent.

To ensure their economic development, a sustainable digital transition and integration into key international business flow, all countries must continue deploying mobile telecommunications infrastructure efficient and secure. Accessibility and most geographically shared performance are essential. And beyond the economic integration of the Continent, a balanced territorial development, it is for the country to accompany the already promising growth of an African digital industry.

New solutions for wireless telecommunication infrastructures and very high speed, for cyber security, to access more training, information ... exist today and are already now setting implemented. This is the purpose of the DIGITAL ECONOMY AFRICAN FORUM.
Around concrete projects desired by the countries, the DIGITAL ECONOMY AFRICAN FORUM aims to bring together experts, key and innovative sector operators, as well as private and public funding to ensure their realization.