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Chiluba Fungo is a front-end and back-end web developer, Computer technician and is currently studying her Degree in Information Security and Computer Forensics at Information Communication University. She has also studied Information Systems and Program at National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA). She is a young lady passionate about Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) and […]


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Alumanda Shakankale is a Computer Engineer with a BEng in Computer Engineering, currently working at CIDRZ (Centre Infectious Disease for Research in Zambia) as a Technical Support Specialist. Alumanda joined the Network in 2012 and it has been a very interesting journey. While with the network, she participated in her first startup weekend where FIXER, […]

Girls can Code!

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Bridging the digital divide and ensuring girls stay in school and are exposed to ICTs will empower them to access information easily and take better care of their health, find opportunities for education, earn a living and advance their personal development. In light of this, on 20th October, 2017 to 21st October, 2017 Asikana Network […]

Taungana “Coming Together”

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Taungana was conceptualized as a multi-pronged solution to the great need for development in the science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship and mathematics domains on the African continent (and globally). For instance, UNESCO reported that 2.5 million new engineers and technicians are required in sub-Saharan Africa to provide the clean water and sanitation the continent desperately needs. […]

First ever Internet Forum!!

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Despite advances over the last decade, more than four billion people around the world still don’t have access to the internet, the vast majority of those who are disconnected come from poor and marginalised communities in some of the least developed countries. If left unaddressed this digital divide could increase the inequities between and within […]

Girls in ICT Day 2017

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Thank you! The Girls in ICT International Telecommunication Union (ITU) backed initiative is a global effort to raise awareness on empowering and encouraging girls and young women to consider studies and careers in the growing fields of ICTs. Asikana Network, ZICTA  and the Ministry of General Education with other collaborators held the annual event on […]