The digital divide is a significant component of the development divide and that ICT can be a factor in responding to the new challenges of globalisation and addressing longstanding issues of inequality. However the evidence is that top-down initiatives never work unless they are fully endorsed at local level. This book is a resource to help the spread of community access points. It covers five themes: enabling an environment for the development of information kiosks; characteristics of success; measuring impact; new approaches to ICT for development; selected case studies.
Publisher: United Nations ISBN: 9789211045338 Number of pages: 265 Weight: 367 g Dimensions: 230 x 154 x 14 mm
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