Influence the discussion at the 12th ICT4D Conference - call for speakers closes Nov 30

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CALL FOR SPEAKERS NOW OPEN!

Inspire and make an impact at next year’s 12th ICT4D Conference, confirmed to take place on April 21 - 23 in Abuja, Nigeria . The event is an excellent platform to emphasize your position as a visionary ICT leader and gives you the opportunity to join 900+ attendees for 3 days of networking and knowledge sharing. We are looking for practical case studies and presentations on truly cutting-edge applications and innovation in the use of digital technologies for development.

Submit your speaker application here https://www.ict4dconference.org/participate/call-for-speakers/ Deadline November 30, 2019.

Key themes and topics to be addressed at the 12th ICT4D Conference 2020 will include:

► Agriculture
► Health & Nutrition
► Humanitarian Response & Resilience
► Education & Digital Literacy
► Digital Financial Inclusion (DFI)
► Water Security (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene and Resource Management)
► Digital Diversity (Disability & Gender)
► Responsible Data & Information Security
► Supply Chain
► Digital Development in Nigeria

For more information please visit https://www.ict4dconference.org/program/conference-tracks-2020

Closing date for submissions is November 30 2019. Successful applicants will be notified from mid-December. We particularly welcome applications from women, and people with disabilities.

Join your ICT4D community of non-governmental agencies, private sector companies, multi-lateral and government agencies, academic and research institutions, and aid and development funding organizations in Abuja, Nigeria.

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting( at the 2020 ICT4D Conference? Contact Sonja Ruetzel mailto:sonja.ruetzel@crs.org today for the full opportunities available.

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.

The ICT4D Conference Team

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Thank you for sharing! I would also like to add that from my understanding ICT4D will have the Digital Principles as a common theme throughout the sessions, so it’ll be a fantastic opportunity for everyone in the community to get in touch and share their learnings!