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Book release: Teaching FOSS business models in Africa

By   |  June 4, 2010

The Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSA) and ict@innovation have released a training manual for teaching FOSS business models in Africa.

The book is the result of an ict@innovation train-the-trainers programme that was held in Ghana in mid-May.

The training guide is a compilation of the training materials used and is aimed at teaching FOSS business models to small and medium enterprises.

Although intended to be used as a trainer’s guide the guide also contains a number of case studies on businesses providing free and open source services in Africa. These range from consultancy to installations and maintenance to FOSS training and certification.

The guide can be downloaded from the ict@innovation website.

ict@innovation is a joint initiative between FOSSFA and InWent, a German development agency.


One Response to “Book release: Teaching FOSS business models in Africa”

  1. JK
    June 12th, 2010 @ 11:51 am

    I was fortunate to meet one son of Africa, Dr. Sow from UNU-MERIT during a training workshop in Kampala to launch this ict@innovation material. One thing i have learned from him is that for Africa to takeup and fully utilize foss, universities and colleges must modify their computerscience/ ict courses and strat teaching foss.
    Agree! now am offering courses in foss and using this material

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