ICT4DA 2019 is the 2nd international conference that aims
to bring together researchers, engineers, developers,
and practitioners from the academia and the industry to present
and discuss their research work in the area of ICT for Development.
This conference seeks to facilitate the transfer of experience, adaptation
of methods, and where possible, foster collaboration among different groups.
The topics of interest cover all aspects of ICT towards the socioeconomic development.
The Conference is categorized under five tracks.
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Bahir Dar (Ethiopia, capital of the Amhara Region)
Bahir Dar is one of the leading tourist destinations in Ethiopia, with a variety of attractions
in the nearby Lake Tana and Blue Nile river. The city is known for its wide avenues lined with palm
trees and a variety of colourful flowers. In 2002 it was awarded the UNESCO Cities for Peace Prize for
addressing the challenges of rapid urbanization. The city is located approximately 578 km north-northwest of Addis Ababa.
Sites and culture
The city offers a small daily market and a very extensive weekly market.
There are some music clubs in the city.
The Blue Nile Falls (Tis Issat) are located about 30 km to the south. Nowadays
the amount of water running through the falls is being reduced and regulated,
since the construction of a hydroelectric power dam. Nevertheless, the Blue Nile
Falls are still one of the main tourist attractions of Bahir Dar, especially during
the rainy season when the water level rises and the falls become greater.
Bahir Dar is home to a number of universities and colleges.
The most prominent of all is the Bahir Dar University, which projects an
enrolment of over 40,000 students in the academic year beginning in October 2012.
Bahir Dar University is home to more than 40,000 students
Air transportation in Bahir Dar is served by the Bahir Dar Airport (ICAO code HABD and IATA BJR).
Also known as the Ginbot Haya Airport, it has paved runways. Ethiopian Airlines operates daily flights
through the facility, linking Bahir Dar and the capital, as well as with Gondar to the northwest.
In December 2014 a new domestic airline TNA started flights to Bahir Dar but only on Mondays and Fridays.
Additionally, the city is also connected through roads (and buslines) to these cities.
The most common and convenient way of traveling in Bahir Dar is cycling. Auto rickshaws and share
taxis also provide transportation in the city. Intercity bus service is provided by the Selam Bus
Line Share Company and Sky Bus Transport System which operates daily to and from the capital.
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- Full Paper Submission has ended
- Exhibits and Demos
17 Feb 2019
- Notification and Registration opens
March 22, 2019
- Camera-ready deadline
April 12, 2019
- Conference Date
May 28-30, 2019