The Ghana Internet Services Providers Association (GISPA), is a professional, non-profit trade association representing the interests of local ISPs and other internet providers. The strength of the Association rests on its ability to be truly representative of the Ghanaian Internet industry as a whole; currently has twenty three (23) members.
Through meetings, negotiation, print, radio and press conferences, the association brings issues affecting its members into the limelight, affecting the decisions of policymakers and creating awareness in the general public. GISPA aims to effectively lobby the government and regulatory bodies in order to grow the Internet in Ghana and make it easier for Ghanaians to access effective but affordable communications services.

"GISPA Awareness week on Cybercrime and Online Protection"

2 Day Training Seminar on Liability for third party content providers

<- GISPA Statement on Cybercrime and Child Protection Online...

  • Mr. Richard Hlomador of K-NET is the new President of GISPA with board members made up of Mr. Leslie Tamakloe of InternetGHANA, Mr. David Saade of BusyInternet, Mrs. Yvette Atekpe of Internet Solutions Ghana, Mr. Samuel Apau Boakye-Yiadom of AfricaOnline.