The Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) is the world’s first multi-stakeholder network promoting innovation and advancement in knowledge and ICT4D.
CRIS funded the CRIS Campaign and Global Governance Project (GGP) toolkit in 2006. In 2005 they funded CRIS-Kenya and the Global Governance Project (GGP) toolkit.
OSI’s initial support for APC’s work was focused in Central and Eastern Europe with an emphasis on strengthening the capacity of APC members and partners in the region.
Cisco funded capacity building for wireless connectivity in Africa (wireless equipment for workshops) in 2006.
In 2006, UNDP funded the dialogue and exchange workshop on open access policy and advocacy in Eastern and Southern Africa.
DFID provided core funding to the APC through the Building Communication Opportunities (BCO) alliance from 2005-7.
CTA funded the GenARDIS project in 2005 and 2006.
SDC funded gender and ICT policy advocacy and provided core support to APC in 2004, 2005 and 2006. In 2003 it funded the Gender and ICT awards.
To achieve self-reliance, poor communities need answers to questions like: How can we grow more and healthier food? Protect our health? Create jobs?
InfoDev funded the policy dialogue and consensus-building workshop on “Expanding affordable access in Africa” in 2006.