mercredi 21 janvier 2009

Are ICTs a new revolution in rural areas?

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are recognised as offering new avenues for sustainable development and livelihoods improvement. The international development community has launched a number of initiatives on ICTs in recent years while addressing the so called “digital divide” between the developed and the developing world – yet the digital gap is steadily closing through the deployment of traditional and new media such as radio, mobile phones and internet.

Publié par : A. Koda Traoré in Rural 21 vol 6 2008
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