The ICT association of Uganda will have it’s first Annual General Meeting this Friday at the Association’s offices in Hive Colab, Kamwokya.
The association was launched last year and with an aim to contribute to Uganda’s technological development by bringing organisations and key ICT Stakeholders under one body capable of supporting ICT research and advocacy for projects and policies concerning adoption and usage of ICTs by the undeserved and unreached in Uganda.
According to a report from Pc Tech Magazine, the association is preparing to elect its first substantive Board of Directors. In a quote Interim Chairman Simon Kaheru said;
“This is our first AGM as an Association and will be crucial in enabling all members to observe the rules of proper governance, as well as provide transparency and accountability of the first few months that we have been in existence. The Association is young and still in its formative stages so it is important that we do things correctly right from the beginning. We intend to be active as an Association and as individual members for a very long time to come, and we will stand out in Uganda as we do so.”
For details about the registration please visit the Association website.