Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT
The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT is Ghana’s first Advanced Information Technology Institute (AITI) and hopes to establish itself as a home for Knowledge Entrepreneurs of West Africa. Established in 2003, through a partnership between the Government of Ghana and the Government of India, the state-of the-art facility works to stimulate the growth of the ICT Sector in ECOWAS and provides an enabling environment for innovation, teaching and learning as well as practical research on the application of ICT4D in Africa.
The Centre also houses West Africa's first supercomputer. The meeting and lecture rooms as well as the 802.11 wireless network guarantee that the AITI can host close to 1000 people at any given time.