Empowering Change Through Collaboration

We take great pride in acknowledging and celebrating the valuable partnerships that fuel the Africa Community Internet Program (ACIP). Our partners play a pivotal role in realizing our vision of a digitally connected and empowered Africa. Together, we strive to bridge the digital divide and make a lasting impact on communities across the continent.

Our Diverse Network of Partners

Syracuse University

Syracuse University

Syracuse University is a vital partner in the Africa Community Internet Program (ACIP), actively contributing to the program's vision and mission through various capacities. The collaboration between ACIP and Syracuse University is instrumental in advancing digital inclusion and empowering communities.
Africa Open Data and Internet Research Foundation

Africa Open Data & Internet Research Foundation

The Africa Open Data and Internet Research Foundation (AODIRF) is a crucial partner of the Africa Community Internet Program (ACIP). AODIRF plays a significant role in driving the mission and vision of ACIP forward, particularly in the realms of open data and internet.
UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)

UN Economic Commission For Africa(UNECA)

UNECA's commitment to fostering economic and social development across Africa aligns seamlessly with ACIP's mission. Their support has been instrumental in shaping the direction of our initiatives and advocating for policy changes that promote sustainable digital growth.

Access Now

Access Now, a leading organization defending digital rights, has been a critical partner, supporting our advocacy for an open and free internet. Their expertise in digital rights has strengthened our commitment to empowering communities through connectivity.

National Registries

Collaboration with national registries across Africa has been vital in understanding the regulatory landscape and working towards necessary policy changes. These partnerships enable us to navigate the complex regulatory environment and advocate for reforms
African Union

African Union

The African Union, a continental body consisting of 55 member states, has been a fundamental partner in driving ACIP's vision. Through collaboration and strategic support, the African Union has helped us pave the way for Internet solutions.
Internet Society

Internet Society

The Internet Society, a global organization dedicated to an open, accessible internet for everyone, has been a strong advocate and collaborator in our journey. Their expertise and guidance have enriched our understanding of Internet governance and community-focused solutions.

Democracy Laboratory

Democracy Lab (San Jose, Costa Rica) is a non-profit organization which works to enable all citizens of Costa Rica to live under equitable conditions and to have equal access to being active citizens in their democracy. This can be achieved by the democratization of the tools necessary for people to participate

Worldwide Innovation Technology (WiTec)

WiTec (Worldwide Innovation Technology and Entrepreneurship Club) is an experiential learning organization that provides interested Syracuse University students with opportunities to work on policy, standards, technology, and business engagements.

Maxwell African Scholars Union (MASU)

The Maxwell African Scholars Union (MASU) is a research center located within the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, focusing on advancing the scholarly examination of African societies and the African experience within the context of our interconnected global environment.