From Star Africa
The Republic of China (Taiwan) is to help the Gambia government to establish its first Digital Opportunity Centre to the tune of US$102,000.
According to a release issued by the government, the centre is to serve as a one-stop-shop training centre in the area of science and technology, and other ICT-related disciplines.
The establishment of the Digital Opportunity Centre is part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure (MOICI) and the Institute for Information Industry (III) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) signed on Tuesday, the release said.
According to the pro-government Daily Observer newspaper, the permanent secretary at the MOICI, Nancy Nyang, and the Taiwanese ambassador to the Gambia, Samuel Chen respectively signed on behalf of their two countries.
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