Cyberlabs Programme

The purpose of this programme is to facilitate efforts and support full-service internet connectivity, services, and facilities to designated unserved/underserved communities, institutions and schools in Ghana, delivering broadband access that is available to all potential users within each service area.

The following projects are being executed under the Cyberlabs Programme:

School Connectivity Project

The School Connectivity Project involves the provision of high-speed computers, printers, scanners, projectors and servers to educational institutions, to facilitate the use of ICT in teaching and learning, and ICT Capacity Building.

  • 947 schools equipped

Community ICT Centres

The project involves the establishment of Community ICT Centers (CICs), within designated locations to provide community-wide access to full-service Information and Communication Technology (ICT), at publicly available locations.

The Community ICT Centre is a hybrid profit-making tele-centre and a non-profit community resource centre intended to provide business services and access to eGovernment services to remote communities.

These centres also function as Training Centres for GIFEC’s Capacity Building Programme including the DTC, ISEWE.

  • 251 established

  • 120 fully functional

Institutional Support

This involves the provision of ICT equipment to public sector institutions.

The breakdown of the achievements of the Programme, are as follows:

Type of Lab


Community ICT Centers


School Connectivity


Institutional Support