Digital technology will have a critical part to play in boosting Djibouti’s socio-economic development.
The World Bank has approved an International Development Association package of $20m to support Djibouti’s efforts to improve the living conditions for residents of urban areas, achieve its Zero Slum strategy.
The High Court of England and Wales in London has continued the injunction prohibiting the Government of Djibouti’s port company, Port de Djibouti S.A. from interfering with the management of the joint venture company.
The High Court of England & Wales has granted an injunction restraining Djibouti's port company, Port de Djibouti S.A. (PDSA), from treating its joint venture shareholders' agreement with global trade enabler DP World as terminated.
On 22 February, the Republic of Djibouti terminated the DCT (Doraleh Container Terminal) concession, in which DP World is a shareholder and operator.
Frontier technologies are converging through the increasing use of digital platforms to produce new combinatory technologies, accelerating the pace of change across multiple sectors.
COMESA has handed over Information and Communications Technology equipment and analytical software worth over $ 110,000 to the Djibouti Financial Intelligence Unit.
Ethiopian Railways Corporation picks Smith Detection Technology for security along the new Ethiopian-Djibouti railway route
Ethiopian Railways Corporation has selected Smiths Detection technology to safeguard people and infrastructure on the vital new railway link between Ethiopia and the port at Djibouti.
PAR Technology Corporation has announced that its subsidiary, Rome Research Corporation, has been awarded a U.S. Navy SeaPort-e task order to provide telecommunications operations at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti.
With a $15 million credit from IDA, the World Bank’s fund for the poorest countries, the new project will support the rollout of digital systems to make it easier for citizens to access services, and for more efficient tax and customs administration to boost government revenues.
The World Bank has announced new support for Djibouti’s ongoing efforts to leverage digital technology to bring government closer to citizens and improve the impact, transparency and efficiency of its public administration.
The African Development Bank has expanded its flagship publication, the African Economic Outlook, with five regional reports.
The Director-General of OFID, The OPEC Fund for International Development, Suleiman J Al-Herbish has signed loan agreements totaling $25 million with partner countries Djibouti and Côte d’Ivoire.
The COMESA Customs Transit Guarantee Scheme (RCTG Carnet) is expected to be operational in the Djibouti Corridor covering Djibouti and Ethiopia in March this year.
Building on the success of the initial phase of their partnership, Emirates and flydubai have announced 16 additional destinations to which Emirates’ passengers will be able travel on a single ticket.
Kellogg Brown & Root Services awarded $441 million U.S Navy base operating support contract for facilities in Africa
Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Inc. has announced that its global Government Services business, KBRwyle, has been awarded a $441 million contract for base operations support services by Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic.
Djibouti has opened the Port of Goubet with the main aim of making it a key terminal for salt exportation.
Djibouti has unveiled the Doraleh Multipurpose Port (DMP), the country’s latest mega project.
Djibouti Telecom connects IP network with Hurricane Electric to bring high-speed IP transit to East Africa
East African leading telecom operator, Djibouti Telecom, announced today that it has joined its IP network with Hurricane Electric, the world's largest IPv6-native Internet backbone.
Only half of Djibouti’s population, or around 70,000 households all in urban areas, have access to electricity.
Djibouti has unveiled a 690 hectare Doraleh Multipurpose Port, the country’s largest mega project. The new port infrastructure is equipped with ultra-modern facilities that can accommodate 100,000 DWT vessels.
Hurricane Electric has strengthened its global network with new regional network connectivity in Africa by establishing a new point of presence at the Djibouti Data Center (DDC), bolstering its ongoing commitment to the economic development of the region through the provision of improved IP connectivity and global network access.
"The authorities should advance rapidly with critical reforms aimed at translating investment into strong, inclusive, and job-creating growth," says the IMF’s mission chief for Djibouti Eric Mottu.