Cyber Resilience for Development (Cyber4Dev) is an EU funded project of a duration of 42 months in a number of countries in Asia and Africa. The project is delivered by NI-CO (Northern Ireland Cooperation Overseas) in partnership with government agencies from Estonia, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The objective of Cyber4Dev is to increase the cyber resilience of Partner Countries while promoting an inclusive multi-stakeholder and rights based approach and ensuring compliance with the rule of law and good governance principles to allow citizens of developing countries the digital dividends of an open, free, secure and resilient cyberspace. The project operates globally, currently in 20 countries (across the Americas, Africa and Asia). Currently we are working in 9 priority countries – Botswana, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Dom.Republic, Ecuador, Lao PDR, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Rwanda. We are also working in 13 associate countries : Antigua & Barbuda, Bangladesh, Chile, DR Congo, Dominica,Gambia, Guyana, Indonesia, Lebanon, Maldives, Mozambique, Seychelles.

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