We collaborate between tech companies, governments, international agencies, and learning institutions, and partner with organisations that would like to make their solutions reach more Africans. We believe that there are many tech tools and solutions that are hidden on the internet. We increase access to technological tools and solutions through specific projects, events, and online campaigns.
we have four major projects
Money Monkey Africa
Money Monkey is a one-stop digital resource for financial tips and tricks. Money Monkey develops textual and audiovisual digital resources that can be used by individuals and small businesses to plan, organize, control, and monitor their finances; exploit market opportunities; and grow their wealth.
Dream Centre is dedicated to providing a platform for youth to learn and enhance their tech skills, with the aim of increasing their chances of success in the job market. Our tech hub offers a range of programs and workshops designed to equip young people with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in the digital age.
CMS Africa Summit
CMS AFRICA SUMMIT brings together both global and Africa based speakers and delegates. It is a premier event that host tech business owners, tech innovators, and experts in the area of web & mobile design, e-commerce solutions, online business, and online exchange.
a platform dedicated to advancing the tech industry in Africa. Our tech talks bring together industry experts, thought leaders, and innovators to share their insights on emerging technologies, industry trends, and digital transformation.
cms africa summit 2023 event dates have been announced!
CMS Africa is a premier African event that rotates around African cities. It has been held in Kampala (Uganda), Abuja (Nigeria), Kigali (Rwanda), Nairobi, Kenya, and Cape Town South Africa.
At CMS Africa, we care about how websites run. Websites that run on many CMSes that we love such as WordPress, Joomla! Drupal, Typo3 and other custom CMSes have a challenge when it comes to Social UX media, high reach, high engagement, and loyalty.
Together with our main partner, Google, CMS Africa is inviting developers across Africa to help contribute to share knowledge on these popular (traditional CMSes) so that we can realize a more scalable, highly secure, and iterative CMSes.
do you want to contribute to the cms africa community? See what we are doing at DFA.
At CMS Africa, we care about how websites run. Websites that run on many CMSes that we love such as WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Typo3 and other custom CMSes have a challenge when it comes to Social UX media, high reach, high engagement, and loyalty.
This is understandable because the core of these CMSes were developed before many technologies such as social scheduling, Apple News, Native Email Integrations, or instant articles.