Our accessibility score went up by 13 points, according to the report, and ranks Egypt as 50th in the index
Egypt continues to push forward on the digital inclusion front and towards a Digital Egypt. According to management consultancy Roland Berger’s Digital Inclusion Index, Egypt had the third-fastest rate of improvement in digital inclusion last year behind Myanmar and Vietnam.
This is due to significant infrastructure improvements in mobile data availability and coverage commented the report.
Our accessibility score went up by 13 points, according to the report, and ranks Egypt as 50th in the index.
In its report, Roland Berger showcases a framework to improve digital inclusion by targeting four key levers; increased accessibility and affordability, enhance ability by growing digital skills and develop an environment that improves attitudes.
Yesterday, the Egyptian cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Center announced that the country ranked among the top growing countries for digital inclusion in 2020, also revealing indicators for the rise in digital inclusion in the country.
The announcement was made after the center reviewed Berger’s index report.
In terms of Internet access, Egypt jumped by 13 points, and 11 points up for digital policies which measures the flexibility of trust and security measures, and usage and privacy policies.