AfricaGIS 2021 Conference

The AfricaGIS Conference and Exhibition series have become a flagship Geospatial information marketplace in Africa. For the past 20 years, the series have contributed immensely to the development of skills and institutional capacity in geo-information across the continent.

These forums have served as platforms for bringing together hundreds of key stakeholders including professionals, government officials, development agencies, policy and decision makers to deliberate on innovations in the field of geospatial information technology and its potential contribution to development.

This year’s event has come close and is ready to roll. See details below:

Event Details

Dates: 22 – 26 November, 2021

Location: Ivoire Club, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire

Theme: Geospatial Innovation & Science for Africa’s growth & sustainable development

The event is also running through under some sub-themes which will make the conference more beneficial and worthwhile. These sub-themes are;

  • smart geospatial solutions for sustainable development
  • sustainable agriculture and food security
  • Geo-ICT for Land Administration and Management
  • Environment, Climate change and marine resource management
  • leveraging cooperation to fund geospatial activity in Africa.
  • innovation geospatial technologies for fighting COVID-19 pandemic
  • globally significant geospatial applications for private sector development
  • ethical use of geospatial information.

Learn more about attendance and event registration using this link.

Let’s build a better Geospatial Africa

Surveyor Jr

About the Author

surveyorjr

Kumbirai is a 4th year Surveying & Geomatics students at the Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. He is also the Founder and Team Lead at African Surveyors Connect. He enjoys spending time writing web-applications and is more of a GIS enthusiast who mainly focuses and grew interests in Health and Land Administrative Applications of Geographic Systems.

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