Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services Commits to Upskill Banking Sector

The Uganda institute of Banking and financial services, a leading financial institution devoted to keeping professional standards in Uganda’s banking and financial services industry has committed itself to promote digital skilling in the country. Speaking at the side-line of the ICDL onboarding meeting that took place early this month at the institute in Kampala, the …

Tumaini Senior Secondary School (TSSS) has joined ICDL Family!

Tumaini Senior Secondary School is a secondary school in Arusha – Tanzania with The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) registration number S5493. The boys and girls boarding school, provides quality education, have an additional curriculum such as STEM whereby students study advanced technology, PBL= PROJECT BASED LEARNING. Student centered learning is influenced by doing …

Engaging ICDL Partners in Kenya  

In mid-November, The ICDL Africa team in Kenya engaged ATC Coordinators and representatives in a series of meetings. The objectives of these meetings were to engage partners in open discussions relating to their experiences throughout the year, plans and strategies for the coming year(2023) as well as various ways in which ICDL Kenya can support their …

ICDL Compass

Our own research has revealed that people tend to overestimate their abilities and that significant digital skills gaps exist, even among younger workers. ICDL Compass is the first step to understanding and addressing these digital skills gaps. Read more

WIN Africa trains Isocel Telecom – Benin

Win Africa trained 15 staff from Isocel Telecom in ICDL spreadsheets module on 22nd November 2021. The participants were very happy to have attended the session and want to continue training in Advanced Spreadsheet module. The training was a success and 14/15 candidates passed the module. Isocel Telecom is a private internet access provider in …


Rwanda Digital schools project.

The Rwanda Digital school project is a partnership project between Computer Aid International, Rwanda Education Board and ICDL Africa which aims to establish Digital Schools (with 40 PCs each), across 8 secondary schools in Kigali, Rwanda. In total the project will supply 320 PCs, 24 laptops, assistive technology to aid teaching and impact up to …


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