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by James Gachui, First Vice-Chairman, Kenya ICT Federation; Chairman, Wananchi Online.
The official convention declaration, observed that the national ICT policy formulation process lacks transparency and the current known drafts reveal a reluctance to pursue liberalization on key service delivery areas. The declaration also noted that private sector has been addressing and articulating certain policy issues and concluded with a call for policy development be inclusive, with the involvement of the private sector and civil Society for it to be meaningful and successful.
Society Discussion List - engaging the African civil society
in electronic dialog on information society development in the continent.
The list is very active and is being used to prepare the African civil
society to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).
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Chakula - Newsletter
ISSUE NO. 10, May 2004: Telecommunication policy trends in Africa – highlights
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