AfricaConnect3 project is co-funded by the European Union
The AfricaConnect3 project receives funding from the European Union under Grant Contract DCI-PANAF/2019/411-583.


Case Studies

The AfricaConnect3 project aims to support sustainable development in research and education...


COVID19 in focus

The African RRENs’ response to COVID19 in a nutshell: Read the articles in this section for more...

Connecting Africa to unlimited possibilities - AfricaConnect3 is the third phase of the AfricaConnect project, building on the success of predecessor projects in supporting the creation, development and use of advanced, reliable internet connectivity for the teaching, learning and research communities of Africa. AfricaConnect3 is co-funded by the European Union and delivered locally by regional organisations - UbuntuNet Alliance, WACREN and ASREN, together with GÉANT. Find out more

As AfricaConnect marks its 10th anniversary on May 11 2021, this video explores the project’s biggest achievements in connectivity, capacity building, open access, women empowerment in ICT and the NREN response to the COVID19 pandemic.

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