At A4AI, we engage with stakeholders from the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Currently, we are working in Nigeria, Ghana, Mozambique, Liberia, the Dominican Republic and Myanmar. In each country of engagement, we work in close collaboration with national governments — formalising partnerships through official Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) — and build local multi-stakeholder coalitions of representatives from civil society and the private and public sectors. These coalitions lead local efforts to bring about affordable Internet access. Learn more about the A4AI multi-stakeholder coalitions, and how you can get involved, through the pages below.
A4AI signed an MoU with the Ministry of Communications in October 2013. The Alliance held its first multi-stakeholder forum in Accra on February 11, 2014.
A4AI is collaborating with the Liberian Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, the Liberian Telecommunications Authority, USAID, and NetHope to examine access to broadband connectivity in Liberia in the post-Ebola context and encourage coordination and collaboration in the digital economy sector. A4AI signed an MOU with the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications in November 2015.
A4AI signed an MOU with the Ministry of Communication Technology in October 2013. The Alliance held its first multi-stakeholder forum in Nigeria on March 11, 2014.
A4AI signed an MoU with the Ministry of Transport and Communications in April 2014. The Alliance held its first multi-stakeholder forum in Mozambique on June 19, 2014.
Latin America & the Caribbean
A4AI signed an MoU with Indotel, the country’s telecommunications regulator, in September 2014. The Alliance held its first multi-stakeholder forum in the Dominican Republic in February 2015.