Tuesday, August 19, 2008
About Africa Biofuel
Registered in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in 2006, Africa Biofuel and Emission Reduction Company [Tanzania] Ltd. consists of a team dedicated to bringing a triple-bottom-line biofuel business model to Africa.
The Company's vision is that it is almost never in the interest of the local population to grow a food crop for use as a fuel: witness the large increase in the price of maize as the ethanol industry spreads across the United States and other countries, with downstream adverse impact on the nutrition of the poor as milk and meat prices escalate. Therefore, it set out to identify a productive, environment-enhancing non-edible oil-bearing crop, and identified Croton megalocarpus, an indigenous tree, as its focus.
SocketWorks Ltd is an Application Service Provider (ASP). We bundle IT infrastructure and Enterprise Software solutions to customers using vendor-financing.
Based on our subscription method, we host application servers, provide necessary IT and physical infrastructure and dedicated maintenance resources (on site systems engineering and project management and training teams).
About Genesis BPO
About CS Africa
Monday, August 11, 2008
TANCon is the world’s sole event of its kind for entrepreneurs of African descent. The target audience includes entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 business leaders, venture capitalists, investment bankers, government policy makers and other entrepreneurial ecosystem organizations.
Our theme this year is “Fostering African Entrepreneurship”, to reflect the growing number of African entrepreneurs in business today, and to showcase to the world Africa's limitless intellectual and economic capital.
DENG Limited is probably best known in Ghana for its Solar Division. For almost 20 years we have provided both world class solar components and services to all areas of the country.
We are one of only a handful of licensed solar providers in Ghana and with over 7,000 systems sold, ranging from our popular DENG Logic Solar Lanterns to over 18kW custom engineered systems, we are by far the largest Solar Provider in the country.
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
A ‘capacity crisis’ is a mild expression to describe the skill levels and understanding of information and communications technologies (ICTs) within small-to-medium enterprises in Africa. Ungana-Afrika is addressing this reality today by building innovative ICT programs and tools for the development community, and its service providers. Our mission is to empower development organisations to better integrate ICTs as a strategic, mission focused, tool.
Ungana-Afrika's three service areas provide a wide range of technology support, capacity-building and program development services. The diagram below demonstrates how each of these service areas work together, and benefit diverse parts of the development community. Click on each service area for more information.
Home: SchoolNet Africa information and website tools.
SchoolNet Centre: SchoolNet Centre has tools and resources to support national SchoolNets.
Policy Centre: The Policy Centre provides resources and studies to support policy development on ICT integration in education.
Learner Centre: The learner centre house resources for learners and provides space for networking and collaboration among young people.
African Teachers Centre: The meeting place for the African Teachers Network.
Gender Watch: Gender watch houses gender and ICTs related resources and captures voices of women and girls using ICTs for their advancement.
Innovation Watch: Innovations and Innovator to inspire learners and educators in using ICTs for Education
Campaigns: Take part in our One million computers for African Schools campaign!