The Kenya National Digital Master Plan 2022-2032 is a blueprint for leveraging and deepening the contribution of ICT to accelerate economic growth.
Through this pillar we are delivering equitable accessibleÂ critical
national ICT infrastructure such as NOFBI
Under ICT Authority broad mandates we offer funding to businesses aimed at driving the uptake of ICT services. This is in our bid to promote ICT literacy, capacity, innovation and enterprise in line with Vision 2030. Funding can either be in terms of grants, loans or capacity support.
Over the years we have supported ICT businesses using the below initiatives.
Enterprise Kenya is a national accelerator to catalyse innovations and provide entrepreneurs with needed support in their innovation journey. Its role is that of a connector, investor, service provider, regulator and industry catalyst to the entrepreneurs in their pursuit to grow and scale their businesses. The initiative is intended to drive the agenda of âBuy Kenya IT, Build Kenya IT, To Build Kenya.â
Commencement: February 2015
The Kenya Open Data Initiative is a portal that makes public Government research accessible for free to the public in easy reusable formats. The portal provides core government developmental, demographic, statistical, and expenditure data available in a useful digital format for researchers, policymakers, ICT developers and the general public.