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The e-Collaborative Hub or E-Co Hub is a single-entry online gateway for policy makers, trainers and practitioners to easily access and search for relevant knowledge resources on different aspects of ICT for development (ICTD). There is also a collaborative workspace to discuss views, share ideas and collaborate on projects related to ICTD.

"Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are changing the world by transforming societies and economies. To take advantage of the advancements and applications of ICT, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development calls on countries to deploy ICT to realize its transformational economic, social and environmental ambitions. ICT is an enabler for enhancing productivity, raising resilience and fostering greater civic engagement, while offering options for effective delivery of public services"

- Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of ESCAP

 

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Building Institutional Capacity in Asia - Alleviating the Digital Divide: Policy Recommendations for Malaysia, Thailand, The Philppines, Vietnam (Executive Summary)

This report examines the evolving Asian ICT environment using a comparative framework. It undertakes an audit of the ICT initiatives in Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. Data collection involved in this report has been supplemented by interviews with senior policy leaders and executives from key government and research agencies.

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Fiji Information technology Development Policy

The vision for Fiji’s information economy is "to harness Fiji’s ideal geographic location, competent workforce and world-class information technology infrastructure to promote Fiji’s international competitiveness and create a dynamic, vibrant and well connected e-society." This policy document is focused on three key outcomes: government on-line; e-enabled businesses; and e-empowered community.

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Planning for Community Technology and Telecommunications

This paper looks at the planning process for the technology and telecommunication infrastrucutre, as well as the network information services that address what citizens, businesses and organizations do with the network once they are connected.

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Thailand’s e-Government

This presentation guides you through Thailand National IT Policy, the current state of development in ICT and e-government, with examples of projects from Thailand and other countries.

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ICT in Malaysia: Policy, Regulation & Industry

This presentation summarizes the progress of ICT development in Malaysia in 1996-2000 and looks at prospects for the year 2001-2005. The contents covers the following topics; Human Capital 23 m, Vision 2020, Long-term Outline Perspective Plan, Five-year Development Plan, K-Economy and ICT policy, regulation and industry.

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New functions of higher education and ICT to achieve education for all

This is a paper prepared for the Expert Roundtable on University and Technology-for-Literacy/Basic Education Partnership in Developing Countries, held in Paris, France on 10-12 September 2001. It describes how higher education institutions can help to achieve Education for All through the promotion of the use of ICT in basic education.

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Conquering the Frontier: Developing Human Resources for ICTs in Papua New Guinea

This paper describes what Papua New Guinea has done to invest in infrastructure and its ICT human resources.

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Hidden Assets: Young Professionals in Knowledge Networks

Hidden Assets: Young Professionals in Knowledge Networks

This paper seeks to examine more closely the roles that young professionals play in knowledge networks; determine what their contributions are; determine what they gain from the network experience; uncover obstacles to their work; and make recommendations to strengthen their participation.

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Strategic Intentions: Managing Knowledge Networks for Sustainable Development

Strategic Intentions: Managing Knowledge Networks for Sustainable Development

This guide is written for practitioners who are working with different models of individual and institutional knowledge collaboration. It aims to capture the details of network operations and management; and discuss what it really takes to help knowledge networks achieve their potential.

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National Infocomm Strategy and Policy: Singapore's Experience

This article provides Singapore IT plan and experience from 1980 to 2000.

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