Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Africa have evolved significantly during recent decades. Still, in comparison with other continents Africa lags behind, for example in terms of widely available and affordable broadband access. Generally affordable and accessible ICT services have the potential to generate tremendous benefits such as more competitive markets, social inclusive growth and more equitable development.
Addis Ababa, 10 May 2019 - The European Union signed an agreement with German International Cooperation Agency in support of the African Union's “Skills Initiative for Africa” programme with the aim to train youth in Africa in skills and vocation training.
The Delegation of the European Union to the African Union is calling on all civil society organisations to submit concept notes for the AU-EU Youth Hub Call for Proposals. The Call makes available EUR 10 million in 7 lots: