Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you that ACSIS ECMAAA has been nominated for the WSIS PRIZE 2020 of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

ACSIS ECMAAA is the only Pan-African initiative created and developed by ACSIS members since 2018. ECMAAA is the contribution of the African Civil Society of ICT to support the African Union and the African peoples in the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area AfCFTA. ECMAAA project wishes to stimulate innovation among young Africans by encouraging endogenous E-commerce solutions and by promoting job creation among the youth.

With the support of partners such as the African Union (Trade and Industry, Infrastructure and Energy Departments), the African Union ECOSOCC of which ACSIS is a member, UNCTAD (with in particular the E-trade for All platform of which ACSIS is member), GIZ, EU, ITCL (SA), AFRIC UP, Technopark, Equity Bank, CIO MAG, VOX AFRICA, Digital Business Africa, the Ministry of ICT of Burkina Faso, the Ministry of Teleservices and ADIE of Senegal, the governments of Ivory Coast, Chad, Mauritius, Kenya, Botswana, Tunisia, Mali, young Africans from Mauritania, Cameroon, Gabon, Mauritius, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, DRC, Rwanda, Senegal, Chad, were able to participate in ECMAAA and promote their applications. Some have even been able to develop their Start Up!

ECMAAA is nominated for the WSIS PRIZE 2020! Congratulations to ECMAAA 1 and 2 teams

Dear colleagues, friends of Africa and pan-Africanists, we call on you to support the ECMAAA project presented by ACSIS.

Vote for the ECMAAA project for the WSIS PRIZE 2020 (See attached voting procedure):

  1. Visit the ITU WSIS PRIZE 2020 website:
  1. Create your account (if you don’t have one) and confirm it.
  1. Return to the website to vote :
  1. In the C7 E-Employment category VOTE AND MAKE VOTING AROUND YOU FOR :


Thank you for your support!!!

Long live innovative and winning Africa!!!

Dr. Cissé Kane President ACSIS

On behalf of the ACSIS Executive Board and all ECMAAA team members