Ungana-Afrika, Swahili for "connect africa", is a non-governmental organization based in Pretoria, South Africa that provides a wide range of ICT services for civil society within and outside of Africa. It aims to better empower civil society organisations, networks and related stakeholders, in terms of ICT capacity and resources, so they may more efficiently achieve their unique social missions.

Ungana-Afrika's efforts address critical digital divide issues within African civil society (such as the lack of technology capacity and universal access), through the implementation of new support programmes and tools, capacity-building and general research. Though some services are targeted directly to civil society organisations (across sectors), many of Ungana-Afrika's efforts go towards empowering the technology service providers and general Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) networks that jointly serve these organisations.

Ungana-Afrika's work has garnered it several awards for community leadership.

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