To create a connected and empowered Africa, where every individual in rural and marginalized communities has equal access to digital opportunities, enabling them to thrive in a rapidly evolving world.


Our mission is to empower individuals with digital literacy, affordable internet access, and valuable online resources, fostering socio-economic development and inclusive growth.


We are committed to empowering rural and marginalized communities with affordable and accessible digital infrastructure, comprehensive digital literacy programs, and inclusive online platforms. Through our unwavering commitment to social impact, we seek to create a continent where everyone has equal access to information, communication, and opportunities, thus catalyzing sustainable growth and transforming lives.

Only half of the people today are in a position to access the internet. Many use their mobile phones to reach a range of life-enhancing online services in areas such as healthcare, skills and education, finance and jobs, as well as information and entertainment. Three-quarters of the digital divide is not a coverage issue. The digital divide is far from being only a technology or connectivity issue due but also the "usage gap" which is a strong reminder of the social, cultural, and generational divides in our societies.

  • Affordability: The cost of handsets, energy, and data is still too high for some populations. While low-cost solutions are improving for handsets as they are for solar-energy kits and networks, further collaboration by all stakeholders and governments remains essential to lower barriers and facilitate access for all.
  • Lack of digital skills and literacy: The remaining unconnected population is disproportionately illiterate or has low levels of literacy. The digital transformation of our societies brings more opportunities for the connected but makes digital illiteracy the new frontier of inclusion.
  • Local Content: Lack of content in local languages represents a major issue to our communities. Content and services must be relevant to citizens and meet their needs.
  • Socio-cultural constraints: A good number of our communities are locked out of the digital landscape due to traditional cultural practices that create bias against civilization and technology.