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Uganda’s Information Communications and Technology (ICT) reflects a sizeable growth in e-business transactions in the country and with a fast-globalising world. The increased use of ICTs is playing a big role in economic development. Efforts by Government towards e-governance, e-education, the rural transformation policy, financing frameworks and distance learning (global and local) provide performance indicators.

The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology provides strategic and technical leadership, overall coordination, support and advocacy on all matters of policy, laws, regulations and strategy; sustainable, effective and efficient development; the harnessing and utilisation of ICT in all spheres of life to enable the country to achieve its development goals.

The stakeholders include but not limited to: Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry for Uganda to compete globally for outsourcing opportunities, 5 major mobile phone operators, over 10 Internet Service Providers, over 5 VSAT International Gateways, 268 radio stations, 55 licensed (35 operational) television stations and 1 major National Postal Service Provider and 26 minor license holders comprising mainly of courier operators (domestic, regional and international operators.

PROJECTS

ICT/BPO Park

Amount Required

USD $180 M

Project Type: Greenfield
Investment Type: PPP
Feasibility Completed

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