Improving ICT infrastructure is a critical step in strengthening the Liberian government’s decision-making around how to manage health, education, and other services for its citizens.
Final Report: Digital Liberia and Electronic Government Activity .
Project Report | October 2, 2020
This final report summarizes the achievements of the Digital Liberia and Electronic Government Activity.
The Digital Liberia and Electronic Government Activity (Digital Liberia) is funded by the USAID Global Development, in collaboration with USAID/Liberia. The program built on the momentum started both before and during the Ebola crisis to strengthen the Government of Liberia’s (GOL) information and communications technology capacity and improve connectivity to better prepare the GOL to prevent, detect, and respond to potential future health crises. The three-and-a-half-year activity, which began in October 2016, was implemented by two contractors: Chemonics International and IBI. This report summarizes achievements and outcomes of the program.