The mobile telephony ecosystem is a significant contributor to the African economy and represents an economic added value creation of $ 37 billion. The overall impact includes the direct and indirect impact of the mobile phone ecosystem as well as the increased productivity relative to the use of mobile services and technologies.
In Africa, where about half of the population lives in rural areas, mobile telephony is playing an increasingly important role in reducing inequities in access and use of key services. Mobile technology is one of the main drivers of digital inclusion.
It is the first or only source of connectivity for most Internet users in Africa. The number of mobile Internet subscribers has doubled in the last four years, reaching 78 million, or almost half of the total number of mobile subscribers at the end of 2017.
The region's low mobile Internet penetration rate, compared to the global average of 43.2%, highlights the need different actors to work together on network solutions and services that can improve access and use of mobile internet services for the most underserved.
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The use of e-technology enhances the productivity and efficiency of employees and businesses. Each type of e-technology has its own impact on the productivity of the economy.
E-Services and messaging enable employees and businesses to communicate more efficiently and cost-effectively (for example by reducing counterproductive travel).
The ecosystem of technology start-ups in Africa is playing an increasingly important role in the development of locally relevant digital content and services.
Expected results must respond to the problem of sustainable development that must be understood without sacrificing current generations.
The results must meet the needs of the territories without having a lasting impact on the cash position of the states.
The results should include a large share of technology transfer and focus on systems that can be maintained under local operational conditions (focus on local recruitment and training).