The Smart Africa Digital Academy (SADA), the capacity building arm of Smart Africa, in partnership with Ghana’s Ministry of Communication and Digitalization, has launched a national digital academy in the country, marking the official launch of the implementation of the initiative in the country.

The agreement is contained in a Memorandum of Understanding signed on May 19, 2022 between the Smart Africa Alliance and the Ministry of Communication and Digitalization of Ghana. The launch in Ghana follows the rollout of the SADA National Digital Academies in the Republic of Congo in February and Rwanda in March.

Source: African News Agency

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