Expertise France in Libya reported Monday that training sessions for the Libyan Digital Lab continue in Tunis from 3-4 September. This follows training sessions in Tunis in March and May this year. In June this year the Libyan Digital Lab team visited France to learn from the French digital transformation experience.
The Digital Lab, it will be recalled, was established in October 2022 as an initiative supervised by the General Information Authority with technical support from the E-NABLE project, funded by the European Union, and implemented by Expertise France.
Digital transformation of Libya
This initiative aims to keep pace with digital transformation and work with all state institutions and technology stakeholders to deploy modern technologies and information systems to support digital transformation and innovation in different sectors throughout Libya.
During this two-day training session, the team will follow up on the latest developments in the analysis and inventory of innovations and technical solutions on the ground.
The digital lab team was headed by Mr. Abdel Basset Al-Baour, President of the General Information Authority, and among those attending was also Mr. Mohammed Al-Aswad, Deputy Director of Programmes at Expertise France in Libya.
The training will include presentations by lab members on their work during the past period. French experts will review and summarize the lessons learned from the study tour that the team took in Paris last June to learn about and benefit from the different digital tools used to implement the French National Digital Strategy.