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The DotConnectAfrica (DCA) group is a Pan-African organization that was formed with an objective to advance education in the digital economy in the African society. In connection with this objective, to also benefit the general African public access to Internet resources including assisting our stakeholders with their digital transformation and branding Africa on the Internet.
Post its inception, DCA has progressively adopted a very unique integrative model of Internet-centered digital products and services encompassing web related services, to include eCommerce, DNS businesses, mobile applications along with digital marketing services on an integrated digital social media platform of Internet of Things (IoTs) to service its clients and stakeholders. (see dotconnectafrica.com)
We embraces a purpose-driven approach to meeting our overall objectives of sustaining our business through our CSR programs.
Through our Digital Academy, DCA sponsors and runs a Tech Booth Camp for Interns and a yearly competitive Seed-Fund Impact Award Program, to women-led organizations throughout Africa, to encourage the involvement of women and girls in STEM fields and tech leadership. Currently DCA has launched its highly acclaimed women-in-tech Seed-Fund impact program in 12 African countries.
The opportunity of branding the African continent though empowering and enabling its people to utilize the benefits of the internet.
We provide the tools and skills to foster leadership, entrepreneurship and connecting youth and women to innovation highways.
We believe that for people to become productive citizens need to be challenged and mentored in leadership, entrepreneurship and problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Decades of Africa
Presence in more than 12 countries
Driving the African Agenda
DCA has the pleasure of joining the rest of the world to celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
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