Supporting Africa's digital transformation
The African Union – European Union (AU-EU) Digital for Development (D4D) Hub supports African institutions to lay grounds for an inclusive and sustainable digital transformation.
The project works with African governments and regional organisations to advance digital cooperation with European partners.
The AU-EU D4D Hub offers African institutions end-to-end support:
Increasing the capability of regional and national institutions to develop and operationalise digital transformation plans.
Facilitating exchanges of experiences, skills, and expertise between African and European stakeholders.
Organising dialogues between actors from the digital ecosystem to support participative policymaking and foster new partnerships.
Request technical assistance
The AU-EU D4D Hub’s technical assistance is demand-driven, meaning that African institutions can request any of the services offered by the project according to their own priorities. The first step in the request process is to submit the following form to help us better understand your needs.
Discover our knowledge sharing platform
D4D Access is a new knowledge platform that centralises, promotes, and disseminates good practices and lessons on Digital for Development (D4D). Covercing a wide range of topics, from e-governance to digital entrepreneurship, D4D Access contains many useful resources to support digital stakeholders in Africa and Europe – including public institutions, donors, academia, companies, and civil society organisations – to advance an inclusive and sustainable digital transformation.
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Strengthening the AU-EU digital partnership
Under the strategic guidance of the African Union Commission and the European Commission, our project contributes to operationalising the AU-EU digital cooperation agenda.
The AU-EU D4D Hub project is co-financed by the European Union and is implemented by: