Institute of African Intelligence (IAI) is a non-partisan, pan-African institute which researches into agriculture, climate change, business & the economy, ICT & start-ups, energy etc –all from an African perspective.
IAI applies technology and tech tools to collate, analyse and present research data in simple forms which can easily be used by researchers, individuals, private organizations, government agencies and non-governmental agencies.
It makes use of these data to determine trends and patterns which can used to forecast economic, social and financial activities. These data which is generated can also be used by the governments of different countries to formulate policies that will benefit its citizens.
Our mission is to use technology tools to analyse and present information to the pan-African population in a form that will drive conversations and stir up actions that will improve Africa’s agriculture, technology & ICT and business/economy by the government and private sector players.
To see an African community utilizing research information to challenge the status quo using researched information to form policies, improve the economy and build the private sector by providing start-ups with well researched information.
IAI benefits from a wide range of philanthropic, research-related, and membership support. This diversity of support is critical to the independence of the institute.
To safeguard the continuing independence and objectivity of its research, events, publications, and other outputs, IAI staff, and its Council uphold the principles of integrity, independence, objectivity, and accountability in accepting any support. This approach ensures that all of our activities contribute to the institute’s mission and public benefit obligation.