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The Transformational Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Africa

3G ABBREVIATIONS ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO THE INTERNET ADOPTION OF ICT ARRANGEMENTS ATLAS ATM AUCTIONS AUTHORING BACKBONE BACKBONE NETWORKS BACKBONES BANDWIDTH BANDWIDTH CAPACITY BASIC BBS BEST PRACTICE BLOG BROADBAND BROADBAND CONNECTION BROADBAND NETWORK BROADBAND NETWORKS BUSINESS MODELS BUSINESS PROCESS BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING BUSINESSES CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CATALYTIC IMPACT CITIES CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS COLLABORATION COLLABORATION PLATFORMS COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMODITY COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNITIES COMPETITIVE MARKETS COMPETITIVENESS COMPONENTS COMPUTER POWER COMPUTERS CONNECTIVITY CONTENT DEVELOPMENT CONTENTS CUSTOMS DATA COLLECTION DATA SHARING DECISION MAKING DEMOCRATIC PROCESS DESCRIPTION DIGITAL DIGITAL ASSISTANT DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY DISASTER RECOVERY E-COMMERCE E-COMMERCE ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC SECTORS ELEARNING ELECTRICITY ELECTRIFICATION ELECTRONIC FILING ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT ETRANSFORMATION FIBRE OPTIC FINANCIAL FLOW FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FINANCIAL SERVICE FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS FOCUS GROUPS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FRAUD GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS GLOBAL ECONOMIES GLOBAL MARKET GOVERNMENT REVENUES GOVERNMENT SERVICE GOVERNMENT SERVICES GPS HACKERS HUMAN CAPACITY ICT ID IDENTITY MODULE IDENTITY THEFT INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION COMMUNICATION INFORMATION SERVICE INFORMATION SERVICES INFORMATION SHARING INFORMATION SOCIETY INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION INNOVATIONS INSTITUTION INTEGRITY OF DATA INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INTERFACE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION INTERNET BANDWIDTH INTERNET PROTOCOL INTEROPERABILITY IP ISPS KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY KNOWLEDGE SHARING KNOWLEDGE WORKER KNOWLEDGE WORKERS LITERACY LITERACY RATES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MARKET INFORMATION MEDIA MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MOBILE APPLICATION MOBILE APPLICATIONS MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MOBILE DEVICES MOBILE NETWORK MOBILE PHONE MOBILE PHONES MOBILE SERVICE MOBILE SERVICES MOBILE TELEPHONY MULTIPLE ACCESS NAVIGATION NETWORKING NETWORKS OPEN DEVELOPMENT OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEMS OUTSOURCING PACKET RADIO PACKET RADIO SERVICE PC PC PENETRATION PCS PDA PDAS PDF PENETRATION RATE PENETRATION RATES PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANT PHOTO PPPS PRICE INFORMATION PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PROCUREMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMMERS PROTOCOL PUBLIC GOODS R&D RADIO FREQUENCY RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION READING REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RELIABILITY RESEARCHERS RESULT RESULTS RETAIL PRICES RFID SATELLITE SATELLITES SDI SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE COMPANY SUBMARINE CABLES SUBMARINE FIBRE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY ENABLED SERVICE TELECOM TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE TELECOMMUNICATION SECTOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR TELECOMS TELEPHONE TELEPHONE COMPANIES TELEPHONY TERMINALS TRACEABILITY TRACKING SYSTEM TRADE FACILITATION TRADITIONAL MARKET UNDERSEA CABLES UNIVERSAL ACCESS UNIVERSAL SERVICE UNIVERSAL SERVICE FUNDS UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATIONS USE OF INFORMATION USER USERS USES VALUE CHAIN VOICE OVER IP VOIP WEB WEBSITE WEBSITES WIRELESS WORLD TRADE
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World Bank, Washington, DC, and African Development Bank, Tunis
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
Yonazi, Enock | Kelly, Tim | Halewood, Naomi | Blackman, Colin
2017-05-30T21:52:09Z | 2017-05-30T21:52:09Z | 2012-09

This new flagship report for the eTransform Africa Project, produced by the World Bank and the African Development Bank, with the support of the African Union, identifies best practice in the use of Information and communication technologies (ICTs) in key sectors of the African economy. Under the theme transformation-ready, the growing contribution of ICTs to agriculture, climate change adaptation, education, financial services, government services, and health is explored. In addition, the report highlights the role of ICTs in enhancing African regional trade and integration as well as the need to build a competitive ICT industry to boost innovation, job creation, and the export potential of African companies.

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