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Kenya: Software developers need support from ICT Board?

Al Kags discusses software development in Kenya. He asks,”Do local software developers need support from ICT board?”

4 comments

  • bosco wambugu

    hey am a gentleman looking for work to be outsourced where can i get one .and i mean genuine ones.

  • yes all do need ICT Board support, the board should cover parts of Kenya, the remote and maginalised not only concentrate in established cities. In any any case internet software is so neccessary for developing such areas. Give us a clear guideline on how to utlize the available resources for the benefit all Kenyans. The Board should be seen moving with scheduled agenda. Al Kags-Thank you for good reception at ICT Board both TelePosta Towers and Waiyaki Way.

  • The board ought to reach out to all Kenyans including the ones in remote areas and marginalised. It`s neccessary to lent support as a core goal of the ICT BOARD. So far most deals are concetrated to major cities who already have such services in abundancy. Please set clear strategies and move to schedule to cover every one in need.

  • Welldon

    The establishment of the KICTB was a gud idea & it should reach out to all software developers countrywide as part of realizing its core objectives in th ICT Sector.All kenyans need is a society that embraces ICT fully to maximise profits

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