In October 2015, Nairobi hosted the 11th Heads of State Summit of the Northern Corridor Integration Project (NCIP).
The meeting, attended by the presidents of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and South Sudan, was convened to review the progress of strategic regional infrastructure projects.
The heads of state pushed for the implementation of the Northern Corridor Technology Alliance (NCTA) — a regional sector alliance formed to champion the implementation of key ICT projects within the NCIP.
The NCTA was formally launched in Kigali on July 17, 2015 and consists of a 24-member steering committee, with six representatives from each partner country and a chief co-ordinator. Read more. Source | East African