Kazakhstan is exporting IT solutions to Sierra Leone

Kazakhstan has transferred digital components of its e-government to Sierra Leone through grant assistance from the Kazakhstan Agency for International Development (KazAID) at the Sierra Leone Innovates 2024 summit, which took place from June 11 to 13 in Freetown.

Kazakhstan's export of IT solutions to Sierra Leone follows a memorandum of cooperation signed between Kazakhstan's Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation, and Aerospace Industry and Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Communication, Technology, and Innovation.

Under this agreement, Kazakhstan has facilitated the transfer of several key IT solutions including the Smart Bridge Display of Services, the Unified Platform of Internet Resources for Government Agencies, and the Smart Data Ukimet information and analytical system.

Currently, a Kazakh delegation is conducting an assessment of Sierra Leone’s ICT infrastructure to ensure the effective implementation of these IT solutions. This initiative marks Kazakhstan's first official development assistance project in an African country and underscores its confidence in domestic digital innovations while expanding its global footprint.

Kazakhstan is well-regarded for its advanced e-government capabilities, ranking 28th globally in the UN Global E-Government Development Index and 8th in the online service quality index.

Sierra Leone, located in West Africa, is known for its rich natural resources including diamonds, gold, and titanium, with a population of approximately eight million people.(Source:astanatimes)


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