The New Eastern Corridor Fiber Project Will Serve More Than 120 Communities From Ho To Bawku
The Ghanaian government announced the completion of the first phase of its national fiber project. The new Eastern Corridor Fiber Project will serve more than 120 communities from Ho to Bawku, connecting the line from Yendi to Tamale.
President John Dramani Mahama said in a speech to Congress that the second phase is currently underway and will help connect the Eastern Corridor to the information highway and provide tremendous opportunities for surrounding communities . "I want to report that the project has been completed. The entire fiber installation is more than 800 kilometers (800 kilometers). The fiber has also been extended to the University of Health and United Sciences. The project will open the eastern corridor to the information superhighway, providing not only teaching and learning Opportunities will also bring the digital economy to the region. "He said.
To further fulfill the government ’s commitment to use ICT media to promote an inclusive information and knowledge society to benefit underserved and unserved communities, the government continues to promote community information centers by establishing 20 enhanced centers in Kenya the concept of. All ten regions.
These centers are located in Keta, Battor, Techiman Krobo, Twifo Atti-Morkwa, Bodi, Effiduase, Glefe, Pangtang Presby school complex, Drobonso, Asougyaman, Lambussie, Nandom, Welembele, Sagnarigu, Pusiga, Nalerigu, Kpetoease, Talensi, Talensi . Ten (10) of them have been completed and are ready for commissioning.