Multi-sector partnerships are at the heart of all of the work we do. The problems and issues eWorldwide Group solves are typically complex and multi-faceted. They simply cannot be solved by individual actors. Solutions that are scalable and sustainable require contributions from multiple partners and trusted stakeholder engagement at the grass roots.
For more than two decades, eWorldwide Group has successfully facilitated the creation of partnerships across government, academia, civil society, industry leaders and United Nations agencies. We have accumulated a broad range of core competencies and expertise essential to successful project outcomes. These include multi-sector stakeholder engagement, advocacy and mobilisation, our experience in policy reforms, standards and compliance, our knowledge of capacity building and right skilling for the “Future of Work” and our ability to deliver effective transformation strategies and implementation roadmaps.
Examples of Our Work
The eWorldwide Group (eWWG), a global leader in social innovation committed to creating a resilient and sustainable future, has issued a compelling call to action to address the critical digital disconnect and protect children and young people from the rapidly evolving online threats. The group’s latest report, “Digital Disconnect: Critical Gaps in the Guidelines for […]
eWorldwide Group, a global leader in digital transformation and sustainable development, is delighted to announce its collaboration with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). This partnership aims to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education for girls in Africa, a critical step towards achieving gender equality in these fields and contributing to […]
Kigali, Rwanda – May 2023 – eWorldwide Group, in collaboration with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Sub-Regional Office for Eastern Africa, has released a groundbreaking report titled “Enhancing Capacities in Logistics and Transportation for Inland Waterways and Lakes in Eastern Africa: Comparative Analysis Report”. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the […]
eWorldwide Group visiting the state-of-the-art cybersecurity labs at APU and in discussions with Prof. Bah, Prof. Thang and Prof. Suan (Technical Department Heads) to explore collaboration in the areas of Ethical AI design, Innovations to support the Sustainable Development Goals and Human Resilience .
eWorldwide Group in discussions with Cybersecurity Malaysia, Chief Executive Officer, Dato Ts. Dr. Haji Amirudin Bin Abdul Wahab and Head, International Engagement, Noraini Abdul Rahman exploring strategies to build greater resilience and security with emerging technologies, IoT and artificial intelligent systems across the Asia Pacific region.
Designed and created international collaboration framework, international university linkages, training materials, accreditations and certifications courses, multi-sector committees for AI CoE Africa. Established governance structure, along with introductory AI course curriculum and course content for policy makers and government, private sector (industry & business) and students.
Professor Salma Abbasi will set the stage for a series of panel discussions, and provide recommendations and a way forward at the IEEE “Technology, Equality and Equity for Global Vaccination Certificates and Passports” webinar. The goal of this webinar is to create a platform for dialogue and knowledge exchange. The focus is to develop a […]
Signed MoU with the Kaduna State University to design and develop Artificial Intelligence Curriculum, Course content and Teacher training notes. Designed and developed Innovation, Business and Entrepreneurship strategy and roadmap for KASU to develop Innovation Hubs at their facilities to promote business and industry collaboration models.
Conducted research on global AI policies and guidelines, along with AI Gap analysis for international legal frameworks.
Conducted research and present multi-dimensional risks, vulnerabilities to key stakeholders: Governments, Private Sector and Communities and the need for global standards and frameworks at Mydata Conference, Helsinki, Finland.