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PPICT reports from eastern Africa

The following are the final reports from UNDP-sponsored country based research, policy support and advocacy partnership for pro-poor ICTs and community-driven networks in eastern Africa.

PDFKenya: Making ICT work for the poor: In search of an entry strategy framework

PDFTanzania: Pro-Poor ICT Project Report: A Community-owned Network

PDFRwanda: A Community-driven Network: Make it happen

PDFUganda: Country-based Research, Policy Support and Advocacy Partnerships for Pro-Poor ICT

 
Dialogue and Exchange Workshop Convened by UNDP & APC
ProPoor ICTTaking advantage of the completion of the initial phase of research into local access options supported by UNDP, a workshop on Promising options and critical issues for national policy and advocacy on ‘open access’ at the local & national levels was jointly organized by UNDP and APC On November 6-8 at the Information Technology Association conference centre to facilitate a dialogue and exchange on “Promising options and critical issues for national policy and advocacy on ‘open access’ at the local & national levels.”

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Opening up access for all

Open access, what it means, and how best to get communities connected came under the spotlight at a recent three-day workshop held in Johannesburg. Read a report of the APC-UNDP joint workshop, “Dialogue and Exchange on Promising Options and Critical Issues” on theAPC Africa ICT Policy Monitor website.

 

 Advantages and disadvantages of solar energy

While much can be said for using solar energy, especially in areas lacking basic infrastructure and utilities, there are a number of factors we have considered in this report. Read our report and the thinking behind it here.
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2010 Making ICT work for the poor
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