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The information Technology Departments of the Oshwal College hosted its third ICT Contest for High School Students.

Irish event

Irish Minister awards ICDL certificates during his visit to Kenya

The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade appointment with ICDL Africa.

Launch of Digital Citizen in Rwanda

Digital Citizen Programme Launched in Rwanda at Nu Vision High School

The Digital Citizen programme was launched at Nu Vision High School in Kigali, Rwanda by ICDL Africa. ICDL trainers and students were joined by the school’s Principal, Ndumiso Dube, ICDL Coordinator, Apollo Ssempebwa, and representatives of ICDL Africa including General Manager, Etinick Mutinda, and Rwanda Country Manager, Solange Umulisa

MIT Career Fair

Kenyan High School leavers Learn about Digital skills at Machakos Institute of Technology

Representatives of ICDL Africa presented the ICDL programme to an audience of over 200 potential candidates at the Machakos Institute of Technology career day on 22 February. The event, which took place in Machakos, Kenya, was an opportunity for high-school leavers to learn about how they can advance their education and kick-start their careers.

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Computing Skills Unlock Creativity and Curiosity

Study after study shows that people don’t have sufficient digital skills. There’s a real danger that computers become magic boxes that we don’t understand. That is why ECDL Foundation’s new Computing module has been developed with the input of experts from around the world, and can certify the computing skills of students to the same high standard as other ICDL modules. The module covers core computational thinking techniques like problem decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithms as well as practical skills relating to coding.


Regional Centre for Mapping Graduation

The Regional Centre for Mapping Resource for Development held an ICDL graduation Ceremony of 50 Candidates.

CSZ Forum July 2016

CSZ launches the first ICDL App at annual ATC Forum

Computer Society of Zimbabwe introduces a mobile app during the annual ATC forum; thus earning a well-deserved Best Practice Award at the ECDL Forum


Rwanda hosts the second ICDL Train-the-Trainer programme

After a successful Train-the-Trainer programme last September, another one was held in Kigali, successfully. This time around the Ministry of Youth and ICT (MYICT) representatives also attended and highlighted the opportunity of pioneering the programme to the trainers.

KATTI Conference

ICDL shines at Kenyan Technical Training Institutes annual conference

The role of ICDL in Digital inclusion, showcased in a presentation by Eitinick of the ICDL Kenya Team at the Kenyan Technical Training Institutes annual conference, key in building a strong partnership with the public sector.