CASE STUDIES

Re-Design and Development of Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) website

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UCC was established to implement the development a modern communications sub-sector and Infrastructure in Uganda, in conformity with the operationalization of the Telecommunications Policy. I3c did the Re-design and development of the UCC website, – Web Layout Impressions, CMS development, Platform; PHP and Mysql, JQuery JavaScript.

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District Web Portals for UCC and Rural Communication Development Fund

rcdf-casestudy

The Rural Communications development Fund (RCDF) is a Universal Service Fund (USF) to communications in Uganda. It was established in 2003 and it is administered at arms’ length by the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC). I3c developed Web Portals for Local Districts in partnership with the Government of Uganda under Ministry of Local Government, Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and Local Council Districts.

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The East African Community, Reports Database System

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The East African Community (EAC) is the regional intergovernmental organization of the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.

I3c Developed an Online relational and searchable Reports database system. Allows for robust reports indexing and searching, meta development, reports cataloging and sectioning to user defined inputs. The System was developed and deployed at the EAC’s Secretariat in Arusha Tanzania.

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Re-Design of All Ugandan Foreign Missions websites and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its Missions abroad have and continue to implement Uganda¡’s Foreign Policy through: Promoting Regional and International Peace and Security; Commercial Diplomacy; Regional Integration; Implementing and Reporting Obligations on International Treaties and Conventions; Mobilizing Bilateral and Multilateral Resources for Development; Providing Protocol and Consular services to Ugandans and Foreign dignitaries as well as enhancing Uganda’s image abroad through Public Diplomacy.

I3c re-designed all foreign missions websites and the main website for Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) for online access of information, reports, latest events and news updates.

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NAADS – NAADS Document Management System(DocStar), Website, LAN

NAADS-casestudy

The National Agricultural Advisory Services Organization is a semi – autonomous public agency within the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), responsible for public agricultural advisory/extension services.The National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) Programme was created in 2001 by an Act of Parliament to specifically address constraints of lack of access to agricultural information, knowledge and improved technology among rural poor farmers in the country.

The project roll-out included development of a Document Management System (DocStar), the NAADS website and a LAN.

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Uganda Bankers Association

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Uganda Bankers Association (UBA) was formed due to develop, promote, protect and represent the professional interest of its members and promote orderly conditions in relation to banking transactions subject to provisions of any law extant at any time in Uganda.

I3c development a platform for an online information access to create Financial Literacy Awareness to all Ugandans. The tools developed include;

  1. Website
  2. USSD Service
  3. SMS Service
  4. Shortcode
  5. Newsletter

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UNABCEC – Uganda National Association of Building and Civil Engeneering Contractors

The association was re-established in 1993 and with its Secretariat in Kampala. Membership is drawn from both the private and public sector stakeholders including legally registered building and civil engineering companies operating in Uganda, individuals of special merit related to the construction industry and construction related manufacturers and suppliers.

The project involved setting up a LAN, setting up a PBX server and development of an online members database.

JUMIA Uganda – Call Centre setup

Jumia is an online shopping destination where you can shop the widest selection of electronics, fashion, home appliances, kids items and more and have them shipped directly to your home or office at your convenience.

I3c setup a call centre where a customer and other telephone calls are handled by by Jumia.

USAID/EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT AND DEMOCRACY INITIATIVE (EDDI) – ConnectEd Project

The project rollout included building Computer labs equipped with appropriate hardware and software application, and also migrating local teaching material into digital readable content.

CISCO IP TELEPHONY SOLUTION for QUALITY CHEMICALS INDUSTRIS LIMITED (QCIL)

With nearly 100 phones to start with, the QCIL network has Cisco Catalyst 2960 switches forming a Gigabit Ethernet backbone in the new building, and as a Layer-3 distribution layer. The building contains a dedicated Cisco 2821 Router T1/E1 Channel Associated Signalling (CAS) connections to the PSTN and WAN resources.

GOVERNMENT OF UGANDA: CALL CENTER SERVICES FOR THE COMMONWEALTH HEADS OF GOVERNMENT MEETING (CHOGM 2007) CONFERENCE – KAMPALA, UGANDA

The CHOGM2007 Information Call Center was a major component for information dissemination during the CHOGM event and was utilized by foreign delegates and the general public as an information source on issues ranging from security accreditation and delegate facilitation to general inquiries about the British royal family and its relationship to the commonwealth Association.

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY WIRELESS BACKBONE NETWORK: WIRING 18 BUILDINGS AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY

Computer Frontiers in consultation with the then Makerere University Vice Chancellor and the project staff found that there was no longer any confidence that the ADB funding for the fiber optics backbone would materialize.

SCHOOLNET – WORKBANK PROJECT FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

SchoolNet Uganda was started 1997 as a program jointly supported by World Links for Development (WorLD) currently World Links Organization (http://www.world-links.org), World Bank Institute – ICT for Education Program and Ministry of Education and Sports Uganda.