order http://cromatest.mx/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles/list/template.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The campaign is aimed at increasing Productivity, Social Media use, IT Security and E-Government.
It will be followed by a series of trainings of staffs from the Ministry of Internal Security and its attached institutions including Rwanda National Police and Rwanda Correctional Services, who will be acquainted with skills utilize ICT tools.
Speaking at the occasion, Minister Nsengimana said that this drive would help people gain more competitiveness in ICT which is a key driver of national development.
He pointed out the such campaigns will continuously be held to ensure that by 2015 over 50 percent of the populace are computer literate and mobile phone subscribers increase to more than 80 percent from the current 55 percent.
“The Government of Rwanda has invested heavily in Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Since inception of the first national ICT strategy and plan in 2000, Rwanda has registered a number of milestones that have significantly transformed the way the Rwandan business and society uses technology,” Nsengimana noted
The campaign is geared toward increasing efficiency and effectiveness of civil servants in service delivery, increase public performance and productivity through the use of ICT-enabled services and social media and create awareness on existing cyber threats and risks.