March 10th, 2015

UNDESA, Rwanda@nline, ITU, and many more to meet at the Commonwealth E-Governance Forum 2015

Latest speaker additions to the eagerly anticipated Commonwealth E-Governance Forum 2015 to take place in Kigali on 24 – 25 March 2015. They include:

  • Honourable Jean Philbert Nsengimana, Minister of Youth & ICT, Republic of Rwanda
  • Honourable Fred Okeng’i Matiang’i, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology, Republic of Kenya
  • Honourable William Nyobi Thembo, Minister of State for Information and Communications Technology, Republic of Uganda
  • Honourable Yamfwa Mukanga, Minister of Communications and Transport, Republic of Zambia
  • Vincenzo Aquaro, Chief of E-Government Branch, United Nations Public Administration Network, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations
  • Elida Reci, Public Administration and Governance Officer, e-Government Branch, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations
  • Jean-Jacques Massima-Landji, Representative for Central Africa and Madagascar, International Telecommunication Union
  • Dr Terry Van Gevelt, Project Manager, The Smart Villages Initiative, Research Associate and Affiliated Lecturer, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge
  • Egide Rugamba, Director General of Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation, Ministry of Local Government, Republic of Rwanda
  • Kenfield Griffith, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, mSurvey, Rwanda
  • Tomasz Janowski, Head, United Nations University, Operating Unit on Policy – Driven Electronic Governance
    The event will take place at the Kigali Serena Hotel, where we hope you will be able to join us to discuss some of the most the pressing issues in E-Governance and learn how to improve service, efficiency and transparency whilst exploring new partnership.

    Why not register online to secure your place at this traditionally well-attended event? Alternatively, for more information please email Robert Hayman, International Events Manager who will be pleased to assist you.

    What delegates said at the 2013 event…

    The e-Governance Forum has given an excellent insight on how ICTs, if well harnessed can positively affect and better lives, irrespective of geographical location.Saltray Lubega, Technical Director, UCC
    Useful, timely and straight to the pointFunlola Akiode, Director, NCC
    This 7th edition of e-Governance forum has been and eye opener as far as far as demisting e-Gov is concerned.IIsaac Kalemre, Media Relations Specialist, UCC

    PS. Registration is free of charge for up to 5 delegates from CTO members. Discounts apply for EACO members. E-mail Robert Hayman for more information.

    Further Information:

    Speaking, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities now available. For more information on the programme please contact:
    Robert Hayman, Manager, International Events
    44 (0) 208 600 3800
    44 (0) 208 600 3819