Overview Edit

The USAID Leland Initiative is a five-year, $15 million U.S. government effort to extend full Internet connectivity to 20 or more African countries. The Leland Initiative builds on existing capacity with the ultimate aim of facilitating Internet access throughout each country. The Leland Initiative hopes to achieve the following results:

  • Improving connectivity within Africa
  • Increasing access by Africans to people and information for sustainable development
  • Enhancing African ability to find solutions to African problems
  • Making African-produced information available to the world.

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