REPORT OF CAPACITY BUILDING ON COMPUTER NETWORKING FOR TUNGAN ASHERE AND PASEPA COMMUNITIES, FCT, ABUJA HELD 30th November, 2021 and 2nd December, 2021.

CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT (CITAD) REPORT OF CAPACITY BUILDING ON COMPUTER NETWORKING FOR TUNGAN ASHERE AND PASEPA COMMUNITIES, FCT, ABUJA HELD 30th November, 2021 and 2nd December, 2021.  The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) is implementing a project entitled Supporting Community-led Approaches to Addressing the Digital Divide Nigeria coordinated globally by…

CITAD HOSTS CHAIRMAN OF THE NIGERIAN GOVERNORS’ FORUM, DR. KAYODE FAYEMI AS DECEMBER ILERIS GUEST

By Zainab Aminu and Sagiru Ado Abubakar In its bid to transform young people mindset to be great achievers, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) in its monthly Inspiring Leadership Reflection Interactive Series (ILERIS) has on Friday 3 rd December, 2021 hosted the chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), Executive Governor of…

CITAD Presents Books On Hate Speech, Corruption To Journalists

Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has presented hate speech books to journalists in Adamawa State to raise awareness on hate speech and corruption. CITAD senior programme officer, Isa Garba, said the best way to tackle hate speech and corruption is for the society not to support the perpetrators. The presentation of the two…

CITAD Slams Politicians For Promoting Hate Speech

By; MOHAMMED KAWU, Bauchi A Non-Governmental Organization, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), has blamed some elites and politicians in the country as the major culprits involved in promoting hate speeches. Yunusa Zakari Yau, the Executive Director of the Centre who made the accusation during a press conference in Bauchi, noted that the…

Report of One Day Capacity Building on Community Networks For The Jama’are Micro-Organizations Held At CITAD Office Jama’are

The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) is implementing a project entitled Supporting Community-led Approaches to Addressing the Digital Divide Nigeria coordinated globally by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) support from the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through their Digital Access Programme (DAP). This is part of a global project…

Report of One Day Capacity Building on Community Networks For Three Micro-Organizations Held At Abuja Dakwa Community Centre FCT

The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) is implementing a project entitled Supporting Community-led Approaches to Addressing the Digital Divide Nigeria coordinated globally by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) support from the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through their Digital Access Programme (DAP). This is part of a global project…

CITAD TO NCC: PROVIDE POLICY TO ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY NETWORKS

  The Centre for Information Technology and Development, CITAD, has called on Nigerian government through the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, to come up with a robust policy that would encourage the flourishing of community networks that would hasten digital inclusion in Nigeria.   The Centre also urged the Universal Service Provision Fund, USPF, to support…

REPORT OF A ONE-DAY FIELD VISIT TO KUNCHI LOCAL GOVERNMENT ON WATER CHALLENGES SOME COMMUNITIES ARE FACING BY THE CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT (CITAD) ON THE 28TH OF MARCH, 2021

  INTRODUCTION:  Water is one of the necessity for human lives and it challenges is making life difficult for many people and communities around the globe most especially in developing nations which Nigeria is included. For this reason, the United Nation set aside 23rd of March of every year to highlights the importance of fresh…

REPORT OF THE ADVOCACY VISITS TO NATIONAL UNION OF ROAD TRANSPORT WORKERS AND AREWA RADIO BY THE CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT (CITAD) ON PARTNERSHIP OF ITS CIGIYA APPLICATION

  INTRODUCTION   On its efforts to bring solutions to societal problems, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has developed a Mobile Application that will be used to locate lost and found items called CIGIYA Application. The CIGIYA mobile Application is available on google play store. The CIGIYA Application, which is the first…