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Equatorial Guinea Graduates 400 I.T. Students

Equatorial Guinea Graduates 400 I.T. Students


TICGE Center to provide home-grown IT professionals

MALABO, Equatorial GuineaNov. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Four hundred students received diplomas in information technology at a graduation ceremony last week at Equatorial Guinea's Center for Information Technology and Communication (TICGE). Prime Minister of Government for Administrative Coordination Vicente Ehate Tomi represented President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo at the graduation.

Agapito Mba Mokuy, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, also attended the graduation ceremony to express the government's support of the program and to underscore the need to strengthen the nation's technology sector.

In his speech, Foreign Minister Mba Mokuy said that the program is a result of President Obiang's efforts to reduce the country's digital gap.

Leo HeilemanEquatorial Guinea country director of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), attended on behalf UN system agencies. UNDP is one of the supporters of the project.

The TICGE project was founded in February 2012 in Malabo as part of the Action Plan of the World Summit on the Information Society through Popularization of Information and Communication Technology.

The Obiang's Administration hopes to spur development and create opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship through programs such as the TICGE project. Strengthening the technology sector is one of the Government's top priorities. 

 

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