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The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) as a strategic partner of the International Center of Digital Innovation (I-CoDI).

Through this distinguished partnership, TDRA will share its leading expertise in the field of digital innovation with each of the ITU’s regional offices by hosting and providing specialized training courses.

This initiative aims to enhance international cooperation and knowledge exchange, which contributes to supporting digital development and innovation on a global level.

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Established in 2020 with support from the TDRA, and in partnership with the ITU, the I-CoDI was created to offer a supportive environment for ITU members. Its focus revolves around building the capacities of global stakeholders by bringing together partners, regulators, and policymakers. The overarching goal is to equip them with new skills and flexible methods to enhance connectivity and accelerate digital transformation.

In 2022, the TDRA pledged to invest AED 5 million (over USD 1.3 million) to support the I-CoDI initiative. This investment includes hosting the I-CoDI Regional Hub for Arab States and supporting the ITU Regional Office for the Arab States in providing training and workshops. Through this investment, the TDRA aims to empower Member States in the region and encourage them to advance their digital transformation strategies.

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