Since the project kicked off in 2017, Digital Frontiers has worked alongside USAID to make big strides in the digital development field. It's important that we gather evidence-based data and communicate project learnings and successes to help the development community scale successful approaches and learn from past experiences. Below you can find:
Success Stories: A series of success stories focused on strong project outcomes that outline what was successful, how, and what learnings we can take away from the activity.
Outcome Collection Reports: A collection of robust outcome data and beneficiary-level results from a selection of projects across the Digital Frontiers portfolio.
The Assessment Spurring Innovative Digital Development Around the World: The Digital Ecosystem Country Assessment (DECA)
As more Missions like Colombia grapple with the emerging opportunities and challenges of our digital world, USAID’s Digital Strategy is shaping the Agency’s response. In order to design policies and programs that take advantage of technology, stakeholders
Transmitting data through transparent fibers just thicker than a human hair, the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine optical fiber cable revolutionized Liberia’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
With its strategic geographic position in the Indo-Pacific region, the small island nation Timor-Leste is primed for international investment and growth. Catalyzing such growth opportunities requires the presence of a strong ICT sector.
In August 2020, the Microsoft Corporation‘s Airband Initiative and the U.S. Agency for International Development (launched the USAID/Microsoft Airband Initiative, a public-private partnership seeking to bring Internet access to more women
In 2022, the Bangladeshi government launched Bangladesh Vision 2041 a strategy for the country’s digitization, designed to propel Bangladesh towards its goal of becoming a high income country by 2041.
Access to technology is unequal in India. Poor affordability, lack of infrastructure, limited awareness, cultural and social barriers, a nd insufficient government initiatives all hamper access to computers, mobile phones, and the Internet and contribute
Timor-Leste’s significant natural resources and strategic location in the Indo-Pacific region have rendered the nation a target for exploitation and cyberattacks by non-democratic actors. The nation’s underdeveloped Information and Communications Technolog