I-Network is an ICT for development (ICT4D) organization that is mainly supported by the International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD).

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I-Network is not for profit organisation working in the development sector with a special focus on facilitating , supporting and advising on the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in development. I-Network was established in 2002 with the aim of providing a platform for development stakeholders to share information, stories and lessons learned in the implementation of projects using ICT tools in Uganda.
I-Network envisions a society that is able to equitably tap the socio- economic benefits of the information age through the use of Information and Communication Technologies.

Provide a platform for sharing knowledge and information on applying ICT for equitable national development as well as influencing and supporting ICT policy development and implementation in Uganda.

I-Network Activities
I-Network carries out a number of activities and services. The flagship activities are in the area of knowledge sharing, where over the last 9 years I-Network has gained a reputation as a neutral platform for stakeholders in development to share their opinions and give feedback on issues affecting the development of Uganda in the sector of ICT.
Over the last few years, I-Network has gained experienced from the round table facilitation services, Project implementation support and capacity development it has provided to various projects in Uganda. This has allowed I-network to document and provide stories for sharing with other development partners in Uganda.
The major activities I-Network carries out are as follows:
  1. Provision of a knowledge sharing platform through knowledge sharing seminars, publications, website and a mailing list.
  2. Provision of advisory services in the use and harnessing of Information and Communication Technologies.
  3. Capacity building in Information and Communication Technologies.
  4. Process facilitation using the round table process for project design and development.
  5. Extraction of lessons learned during and after project implementation using participatory feedback methodologies.
Details of the I-Network activities can be found on the I-Network activities webpage.
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