UNICEF Kazakhstan is looking for national or international institutions to help with market assessments and feasibility studies for satellite-based connectivity projects in high- and middle-income countries, with a focus on Kazakhstan.
The Government of Niger has launched a landmark Request for Proposals (RFP) to connect 1,000 schools and 300 health centers to high-speed, sustainable, and affordable internet, and is looking for eligible and qualified bidders to join them in this transformative journey.
Giga is looking for a vendor (company) to develop an open-source prototype for a “Connectivity Credit Marketplace”, employing a tokenization model to incentivize service providers to extend Internet connectivity to underprivileged communities in emerging markets.
Giga and the Government of Uzbekistan are looking for local Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to implement an innovative, sustainable and scalable model in which schools act as ‘connectivity hubs’ and redistribute internet access to local communities within a 5-kilometer radius.
In collaboration with the Government of Sierra Leone, Giga has launched a second Request for Proposals (RFP) to select suppliers to enter a Long-Term Agreement (LTA) for the provision of internet connectivity services to public schools to increase access to digital learning.
Zardaly, an isolated village up in the mountains in Southern Kyrgyzstan, is home to about 150 people who live without electricity and communication. A mountain trail is the only direct route to Zardaly and donkeys are the most reliable form of transport.