About Us

The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) was established in 2003 through a partnership between Government of Ghana and the Government of India. It is Ghana’s first Advanced Information Technology Institute charged with the task of stimulating growth in the ICT Sector in ECOWAS. Our state-of-the-art facility provides a dynamic environment for innovation, teaching and learning as well as practical research on the application of ICT for Development (ICT4D) in Africa. As an ICT Capacity development and Innovation center, we have extensive experience and expertise in the areas of; Database Management, Enterprise Information Systems, Network and Information Security, Geographical Information Systems Application, Research and Innovation, Systems Upgrade and Deployment of ICT projects. To date, the center has served the consultancy needs of some major local and multinational organizations such as ; VRA, BoG, SSNIT, GRA, MTN, World Bank, UNESCO, UNDP, Canadian High Commission, DFID Community Information Centers in Ghana, Ghana Open Data Initiative, to mention a few. Consultants selected for the various projects we undertake have several years of professional and training experience in key areas of expertise. They possess the right certification, have consulted for and trained Club 100 companies, IGOs, and multinational organisations in the sub-region and beyond. .

What We Do

To coordinate and oversee an ICT system that produces globally competitive research and Innovation through quality oriented and demand-driven learning for national development.


AITI-KACE mission

To become a Centre of excellence in Research and Innovation (R&I) for the design, development and deployment of world class ICT and electronic solutions for individual and institutional advancement.

  • Knowledge Application(Products, Projects &Solutions)

  • Knowledge Creation (Research &Development)

  • Knowledge Dissemination(Training &Capacity Building)


The Vision

  • Deliver the highest quality ICT consultancy and advisory services to support both public and private sector.

  • Develop and apply research and innovate technologies for socio-economic development in line with ICT4D policy implementation.

  • Collaborate with relevant institutions to expand the frontiers of Electronics and Information Technology.

  • Engage Ghanaian talents in ICT, electronics, and related areas both local and diaspora in the development of world-class ICT solutions, electronic products, and services.

  • Bridge the digital divide in ICT and electronics through individual and institutional capacity building

  • Utilize the Intellectual Property generated by converting it to business opportunities.