International Telecommunications Union

​The General Secretariat of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) ​is tasked with providing high-quality and efficient services to the organization's members. It manages administrative and financial matters, organizes key meetings, delivers conference services, disseminates information, ensures security, and carries out strategic planning and corporate functions.

African Telecommunications Union

Founded in 1977 as a specialized agency of the Organisation of African Unity, now African Union, in the field of telecommunications, the African Telecommunications Union (ATU-UAT) took its present name in 1999. This led to the transformation of the agency into a partnership between public and private stakeholders in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector.