Updated: 5/16/2006; 4:17:38 PM.

Digital Development
Communications and info tech in developing countries, especially wireless broadband and high-value applications

daily link  Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Completing the Revolution: The Challenge of Rural Telephony in Africa:  Report with brief summary online, on the most basic telecom need.  "At present, the lack of rural connections is often hidden behind impressive overall figures for the growth of telephony. Important development Initiatives such as NEPAD and the World Summit on the Information Society focus on internet-based ICTs, and where they mention telephony at all it is in general terms."  5:14:34 PM  permalink  

Telecommunications market access regulation licensing and VSAT authorizations by Access Partnership: "We provide an experienced, multi-disciplinary, multilingual staff to devise and implement a strategy for resolving regulatory, technical, and other trade-related restrictions on five continents. "  5:09:01 PM  permalink  

ICT online course: "Information and Communication Technologies for Development," Instructor: Barbara Fillip, developed and taught through the USDA Graduate School from 1999 to 2003.  It has been offered online since 2001.

The goal of the course is to familiarize participants with key concepts and issues related to the potential and real impacts of information and communication technologies on the social, economic and political development of the less developed countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America."

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