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Social and economic activities have witnessed huge transformation. From the simple things of life like food, shelter and clothing to the more complex things like governance, education, banking etc, everything is fast changing. With just one click/tap, a whole new world is opened; a world of endless possibilities. All thanks to breakthroughs in Information Communication Tech/digitization (ICT/D). Some societies are already making great strides in harnessing the potentials in ICT/D.
There is now an undeniable categorization of countries according to 1st World/Developed countries and Developing countries. Some observers add still another categorization, further creating a kind of strata in the so called Developing Countries in which some are properly called ‘Developing’ (2nd world) and others are unfortunately referred to as ‘Underdeveloped’ (3rd world) countries. This categorization is mostly based on civilization and use of (access to) ICT/Digitization which has become the new paradigm.
Whatever be the case, most countries in Africa and Asia do not belong to the 1st world; at least not yet. While some societies have evolved and developed beyond the basic human needs, many societies in Africa and Asia have remained at the early morning of history and still battle with the barest minimum of life’s expectancy. Fortunately, there seems to be an increasing attention to ICT/Digitization within the Developing countries. In recent years, Africa and many parts of Asia have witnessed unprecedented attention to the use of technology and more sophisticated gadgets in attempt to solve her basic problems of ensuring a better life for her people and also ensuring good governance. It is of urgent importance that this is sustained and encouraged.
The “2020 International Conference on Future Africa: Sustaining the Source” is a major response to the challenges posed by lack of good governance and the unfortunate under-appreciation of ICT/D which are the greatest burdens on developing countries. It is our collective hope that the investigations and interventions which will emanate from this conference will provide the much needed platform for harnessing of ideas and promulgation of policies for the benefit of our developing societies. More still, the choice of location is an added spice.