Alliance for Affordable Internet released its report of 2017 on Internet accessibility in the world and more specifically in Africa. It is in this perspective that it has carried out the establishment of a ranking which helps to understand the level of each country facing its access to the Internet tool. We present you the list of the top 10 countries best placed in the field.
1 st African row: Maurice (8 th in the world)
2 nd : Morocco (11 th in the world)
3 rd : Nigeria (13 th in the world)
4 th : Botswana (15 world ranks)
5 th : Ivory Coast (18 th in the world)
6 e : Rwanda (21 th in the world)
7 th : South Africa (22 nd world)
8 th : Ghana (26 th in the world)
9 th : Benin (29 th in the world)
10 th : Kenya ( ranked 30 th in the world)
The agency is not only responsible for publishing reports on African countries’ access to the Internet or the world. The project is also to promote and promote this access there to the countries of the world. By offering them a very high speed Internet. This agency counts on the support of the governments and the big firms like Google and Microsoft.
This is proof of the place of new technologies in material and human development. An awareness-raising plan for decision-makers is also envisaged to encourage them to invest more and more in the field.