Strategically located just outside of Djibouti City, AfriData Technology Park is a mix-use development with digital innovation at its core. This is a unique facility that leverages strong infrastructure and transport links to promote job creation and skills development. The Park is powered by renewable energy and boasts world-class connectivity thanks to our sister-company AfriFiber. It is fully managed, with a Tier III Data Centre and over 5 hectares of GLA spread over commercial, residential and leisure facilities.
AfriData was established in 2019. It is fully licensed and authorised by Honourable Radwan Abdillahi Bahdon, Minister for the Ministry of Communication in Charge of Posts and Telecommunications (MCPT), to develop, maintain and operate an IT Park or IT Science and Technology Park, including a new Data Center in the Republic of Djibouti
AfriData will assist the WBG Digital Economy for Africa (DE4A) flagship initiative to support the digital transformation strategy for Africa prepared by the African Union (AU). The DE4A initiative recognizes that the digital economy can help accelerating the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the World Bank Group’s twin goals.
Together with AfriData, AfriFiber believes that our joint initiatives and establishment of AfriData Technology Park will create a regional hub for digital technology, strongly aligning with his Excellency President Ismail Omar Guelleh’s vision for SmartAfrica.
Tier Classification on Data Centre
How AfriData Contributes to Vision 2035 NDP
As a leading contributor to the private sector, AfriData is ideally positioned to promote diversified growth in all sectors of the national economy, as well as fostering closer Public-Private Participation. AfriData Technology Park contains Djibouti’s first true Tier III certified Data Centre; a hot-spot for innovation and growth. A strong enabler of digital skills and development that will help bridge the gap to the future digital economy, AfriData equips Djibouti with the capabilities to strengthen its cooperation and commercial integration with strategic and regional partners.
- Diversifying the economy by promoting
- Reduction of local
- Nurture local talent with international expertise