GSMA National Dialogues

GSMA National Dialogues

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The GSMA National Dialogues help countries achieve their SDG commitments. They engage with key government ministries (ICT, finance, planning, gender, energy, agriculture, health and others), mobile industry leadership and the development community to demonstrate how mobile can be a positive force for societal change and build a collective vision to deliver on this opportunity.

Our team works with stakeholders in-country to look at mobile’s current and potential impact on national development plans and the SDGs. We also work together to create platforms for national policymakers and mobile industry leadership to agree collaborative next steps to improve social and economic progress towards digital transformation through mobile.

For each country of engagement, an action plan is developed to help government and private sector to work together to create new social and commercial value and deliver on the SDGs through mobile.

We implement this initiative in partnership with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), UK Department for International Development (DFID) and with support from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). We currently focus on Uganda, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

 

UGANDA


Uganda Resources

  • Report: Uganda – Driving inclusive socio-economic progress through mobile-enabled digital transformation (March 2019) > Read report
  • Executive Summary: Uganda – Driving inclusive socio-economic progress through mobile-enabled digital transformation (March 2019) > Read executive summary
  • Press Release: The Government of Uganda and Stakeholders Commit to Pursue Mobile-Enabled Digital Transformation (28 March 2019) > Read press release
  • Photo Gallery: GSMA National Dialogues Uganda Roundtable (28 March 2019) > View photo gallery

BANGLADESH

Bangladesh Resources

  • Report: Bangladesh: Driving mobile-enabled digital transformation (December 2017) > Read report
  • Executive Summary: Bangladesh: Driving mobile-enabled digital transformation (December 2017) > Read executive summary
  • Press Release 1: Mobile Industry to Play Critical Role in Bangladesh’s Digital Transformation (4 December 2017) > Read press release
  • Press Release 2: Mobile Services to Accelerate SDG (M4SDG) Achievement in Bangladesh (January 2018) > Read press release

GHANA

Ghana Resources

  • Report: Country overview: Ghana – Driving mobile-enabled digital transformation (October 2017) > Read report
  • Press Release: GSMA Publishes New Report on Mobile-Enabled Digital Transformation in Ghana (23 October 2017) > Read press release
  • Photo Gallery: GSMA National Dialogues Ghana Roundtable (23 October 2017) > View photo gallery

REPORTS

REPORTS

  • Uganda: Driving inclusive socio-economic progress through mobile-enabled digital transformation (March 2019)

         > Read the report

  • Bangladesh: Driving mobile-enabled digital transformation (December 2017)

         > Read the report

  • Ghana: Driving mobile-enabled digital transformation (October 2017)

         > Read the report

PRESS RELEASES & BLOGS

PRESS RELEASES & BLOGS

  • The Government of Uganda and Stakeholders Commit to Pursue Mobile-Enabled Digital Transformation (28 March 2019)

         > Read the Press Release

  • Mobile Services to Accelerate SDG (M4SDG) Achievement in Bangladesh (January 2018)

         > Read the Press Release

  • Mobile Industry to Play Critical Role in Bangladesh’s Digital Transformation (4 December 2017)

         > Read the Press Release

  • GSMA Publishes New Report on Mobile-Enabled Digital Transformation in Ghana (23 October 2017)

         > Read the Press Release

EVENT PHOTO GALLERIES

EVENT PHOTO GALLERIES

  • Uganda: GSMA National Dialogues Uganda Roundtable (28 March 2019)

         > View photo gallery

  • Ghana: GSMA National Dialogues Ghana Roundtable (23 October 2017)

         > View photo gallery

CONTACT US

CONTACT US

If you’d like to find out more about our convening opportunities, or more generally about GSMA National Dialogues, please get in touch by emailing nationaldialogues@gsma.com – we’d love to hear from you.