We engage with countries around the world as they travel on their digital development journeys.
Learn more about how countries are adopting and adapting the GovStack approach to meet their needs as they implement digitalization across government ministries, departments, and sectors.
Kenya has set itself an ambitious digital transformation agenda. According to the Digital Master Plan (2022-2032), the country seeks to enhance government service delivery to citizens by digitalization of 80% of government services. However, there’s lack of a coordinated approach, characterized by siloed implementation of automation in the Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
Djibouti is committed to leveraging digital technology in its public service delivery, including regulatory and policy reforms, as part of its Vision 2035 objectives. In 2022, the country launched its Digital Economy and Innovation Roadmap, which, among other things, seeks to digitalise administration. However, many Djiboutians are yet to enjoy the benefits of the country’s digital government infrastructure.
Despite being an emerging State with a relatively low ranking on the global e-government development index, Somalia has exhibited commitment towards the digitalisation of government services. The country has made great strides in the development of ICT laws, regulations and policies, broadband expansion, universal access and plans to build a National Data Centre. However, a holistic Government Enterprise Architecture and interoperability platform has not yet been developed – all agencies have their own systems and guidelines. Moreover, there is no enabling legislation for data sharing and data analysis.