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2016 ICT4D Conference: Call for Participation

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  • Emma Schwartz
  • December 21, 2015
2016 ICT4D Conference: Call for Particip

The eighth annual ICT4D conference will take place May 16-19 in Nairobi, Kenya, bringing together thought leaders and experienced professionals from around the world to explore the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to accelerate progress toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Though registration isn't open until January, you can apply now to share your ICT4D experience, showcase your work, stimulate discussion regarding implementation challenges and best practices, and demonstrate your commitment to the strategic use of technology innovations to achieve the SDGs. 

Consider participating at the conference this year in one of the following ways:

  • Sponsoring – Each year, this conference attracts forward-looking sponsors who are shaping the future of development related work. Become a sponsor.
  • Speaking – Our speakers are thought leaders, experts and global ambassadors in the use of technology for development. Lend your voice and insights to further the advancement of the SDGs. Apply now.
  • Exhibiting – As an exhibitor, you are able to showcase your services and products and share your experience with an engaged audience. Apply now.
  • Entering the conference challenge – Put your creativity to work in developing digital solutions that improve people’s lives. Be recognized at the ICT4D Conference as a leading innovator. Learn more.

For more information, visit the conference site: www.ict4dconference.org, or email ict4dmail@crs.org.

You can also keep up with conference updates on the NetHope Solutions Center conference site, where you can share your ICT4D-related blogs and case stories with the conference community.  

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