Josephine Miliza

Josephine Miliza

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Biography

She is currently the Africa regional coordinator for the Association of Progressive Communication-LOCNET project hosted by KICTANET. The LOCNET project focuses on creating an enabling environment for the growth of sustainable and scalable community networks.

In 2016, Josephine has been involved in community networks since 2015 and led the establishment of TunapandaNET a community network in Kibera Nairobi Kenya that focuses on promoting access for all, adoption of digital technologies and ICT capabilities for the local community. She has become a champion for promoting the community networks movement in Africa participating in organizing the Africa community networks summit, awareness building, and capacity building forums.

Her current interests are in bottom-up sustainable connectivity models and creative approaches to nurturing an ecosystem that fosters sustainable livelihoods especially for youth and women in Africa.

Latest posts

Reimagining the Africa Community Networks Summit during the COVID-19 Pandemic Thumbnail
Community Networks 28 December 2020

Reimagining the Africa Community Networks Summit during the COVID-19 Pandemic

At the Virtual Summit on Community Networks in Africa over 200 local connectivity network operators learn better ways to...

Remembering Francis Kariuki: Africa’s Tweeting Chief Thumbnail
Growing the Internet 2 December 2020

Remembering Francis Kariuki: Africa’s Tweeting Chief

The African community networks community is sad to learn about the passing of one of its prolific members, Chief...

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