Miliza, Josephine

Josephine M

Josephine Miliza is a community networks and holistic digital inclusion champion ‎passionate about supporting communities to build resilient and scalable bottom-up ‎connectivity models. She is among the pioneers of the community network movement in ‎Africa and has co-founded TunapandaNET a community network in Kibera, Nairobi ‎Kenya. Josephine serves as Africa regional coordinator for the Association of ‎Progressive Communications-LOCNET project hosted by the Kenya ICT Action Network ‎in Nairobi Kenya. This project aims to contribute to an enabling ecosystem for the ‎emergence and growth of community networks and other community-based connectivity ‎initiatives in the global south. Josephine is actively involved in promoting the community ‎networks movement in Africa participating in organizing the Africa community networks ‎summit, awareness building, capacity building and policy advocacy forums. Her current ‎interests are in bottom-up sustainable connectivity models and creative approaches to an ‎enabling environment that fosters resilience and innovation for communities in Africa.‎