At CTIDD we aspire after a world in which the underprivileged will be able to work on existing opportunities to work together with the rest of the world. resources.


CTIDD will work with local and international research institutions, universities, NGOs, government institutions and companies to involve local communities in technology and knowledge exchange that provide and promote alternatives to responsible resource use and sustainable development.

Our knowledges for the well being of the community

“At a time when global climate change no longer is an abstract scientific prediction but a reality of our world today which impacts on all of us. At a time when poverty is the destiny of millions of the world’s population as pressure on natural resources becomes unsustainable while much of the world maintains wasteful consumption patterns.It is therefore imperative we look for innovative responses that allow us all to have a say and contribute in our own ways to making the earth a habitable place for all living beings.


In this context, the Center for Innovative Technology exchange and Sustainable Development  with its overseas partners; the Southern Expert Support Network (SESNet) seeks to use the tools of rural education and community engagement in new ways to alleviate poverty and promote responsible resource use so that locally inspired ideas are translated to reality!”


Fonvinyuh Gordian Fanso- Co-founder CTIDD