Draft Digital Transformation Strategy for Africa (2020-2030)
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Africa presents a sea of economic opportunities in virtually every sector, and the continent’s youthful population structure is an enormous opportunity in this digital era and hence the need for Africa to make digitally enabled socio-economic development a high priority. Digital Transformation is a driving force for innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth. Innovations and digitalization are stimulating job creation and contributing to addressing poverty, reducing inequality, facilitating the delivery of goods and services, and contributing to the achievement of Agenda 2063 and the Sustainable Development Goals
Executive Council Thirty-Sixth Ordinary Session 06 - 07 February 2020 Addis Ababa, EthiopiaIn this report, digital transformation strategy for Africa is based on foundation pillars, such as digital industry, digital trade, financial services, digital government, digital education, digital health and digital agriculture to drive the digital transformation across Africa.
Data de início do evento2020-02-07
Data final do evento2020-02-07
Cidade do eventoAddis Ababa
País do eventoETHIOPIA
Titular dos direitosAU
Direitos de usohttps://au.int/en/legal_notice
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