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Report: Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in The Gambia-July 2013

Country: The Gambia

Sector: Information and Communications TEchnologies (ICT)

Date: July 2013

Executive Summary:

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Rlg Granted Five-Year Tax Break In The Gambia

 Vice President Saidy told the ceremony The Gambian government had taken a decision to grant a five-year tax moratorium to Rlg in view of the crucial social impact implications of their training and job creation interventions in The Gambia.

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Development in ICT in Gambia( RLG Communications)

 The Gambia has recently witnessed the official  launching of it’s first mobile phone and laptop assembly plant .Under the RLG Communications Group headquartered in Ghana, rlg Gambia is headed by Papa Yusupha Njie as its executive director.

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ICT is important but...

 The use of ICT as a tool for economic growth and poverty reduction is a multi-dimension challenge, including socio-economic, political, institutional and technical aspects. Its contribution to economic competitiveness and growth is one of its most expected and obvious outcomes.

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MoICI and Taiwan III sign MoU on ICT Development

 The Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure (MoICI) of the Republic of The Gambia and the Institute for Information Industry (III) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) about information, communication and technology (ICT) development between the two.

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Gambia Opens First ICT Assembly Plant

 VENTURES AFRICA – The Gambian Vice President, Dr Isatou Njie Saidy, has commissioned the country’s first ever Information, Communication Technology (ICT) Assembly Plant Complex at Serekunda near the capital Banjul over the weekend.

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GLOBAL YOUTH INNOVATIVE NETWORK (GYIN) AND COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL COLLABORATE TO LAUNCH FIRST ONLINE YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM

 Washington, D.C. – The Global Youth Innovative Network (GYIN) and Columbia University Business School (CBS), well-known for educating the world’s finest business leaders, have launched the first-ever GYIN-CBS InVentEd® Online Innovation, Venture Creation, Education program which aims to identify and equip young African entrepreneurs with the necessary skills and tools they need to start their business and take it to the next level. This pilot program, which begins July 29th, will start with 20 participants from Burundi, Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Uganda.

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‘Internet is being used as platform for nefarious and satanic activities’

 President Yahya Jammeh has said his government noted with grave concern that the internet is being used as “platform for nefarious and satanic activities”.

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