AU-EU D4D HUB PROJECT

Supporting Africa's digital transformation

The African Union – European Union (AU-EU) Digital for Development (D4D) Hub supports African institutions to lay grounds for an inclusive digital transformation that benefits everyone.

The project offers a comprehensive package of services, products and activities aimed at creating an enabling environment for Africa to seize digitalisation opportunities.

EVENT

Join the Africa-Europe D4D Hub Multi-Stakeholder Forum

With the aim of advancing the partnership between African and European digital actors, the AU-EU D4D Hub project is facilitating the first Africa-Europe D4D Hub Multi-Stakeholder Forum.
Co-hosted by the African Union and the European Union, the event will take place online on 10 February 2022 from 10:00 to 17:00 Central European Time (CET).

OUR ACTIVITIES

The AU-EU D4D Hub offers African institutions end-to-end support:

1Technical assistance

Increasing the capability of regional and national institutions to develop and operationalise digital transformation plans.

COLLABORATE WITH US

Request technical assistance

The AU-EU D4D Hub’s technical assistance is demand-driven, meaning that African institutions can request any of the services offered by the project according to their own priorities. The first step in the request process is to submit the following form to help us better understand your needs.

Find more information about our project in our brochure

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

2022 Africa D4D Journalism Competition

The competition is open to all African journalists who use online media to report on the impact of digital technologies on people’s lives across the African continent, and the policies needed to reap their benefits for sustainable and inclusive development. We are seeking high-quality and in-depth stories that contribute to raise awareness on the importance of building a digital economy and society that leaves no one behind.

Implementing partners

The AU-EU D4D Hub project is financed by the European Union and five Member States. It is implemented by: