Rwanda to achieve digital literacy for youths in 2024, says PM
Ngirente made the statement at the opening of the 2nd Transform Africa Economic Forum which begins from May 14 to 16.
“This will be possible by implementing a national digital literacy programme, which has the objective of achieving digital literacy of at least 60 per cent among adults by 2024,” said Ngirente.
The forum is a government-to-business engagement, where participants discuss investment opportunities and areas of collaboration.
“Technology is very important as it offers an opportunity to realise the integration of the continent in a faster and smarter way,” said Ngirente.
This year’s summit is convening under the theme: “Boosting Africa’s Digital Economy.’’
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