APCICT holds regional workshop on disaster risk management and climate change abatement
Looking to enhance climate change and disaster management capacity, over forty government officials and international organization representatives join APCICT workshop in the Republic of Korea.
UN partners with India’s Department of Information Technology to develop national ICT human capacity for socio-economic growth
Department of Information Technology, Government of India and over thirty Indian government officials and senior training instructors are partnering with APCICT to launch a national training programme on the use of information and communication technology for socio-economic development (ICTD).
14 February 2011
Press Release No. G/02/2011
Launch of APCICT Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders
What’s Ahead@APCICT in February 2011
APCICT is set to carry out two Training of Trainers workshops in the month of February; one in India, which will also serve to nationally launch the “Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders Programme”, and another in the Republic of Korea, which will facilitate the launch of two new Academy modules later this year.
Fifth Session of the Governing Council
On 1-2 December, APCICT organized the Fifth Session of the Governing Council of APCICT-ESCAP in Bali, Indonesia. The meeting welcomed the Governing Council’s elected representatives from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, the Republic of Korea and Thailand as well as partners from APCICT’s “Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders Programme”.
UN ICT Capacity Development Hub Concludes Training Workshop and Governing Council Meeting in Indonesia
APCICT concludes two events in Bali, Indonesia, designed to enhance information and communication technology (ICT) capacity for the purpose of advancing socio-economic development in the Asia-Pacific region.
Press Release No: G/63/2010
2 December 2010
What’s Ahead@APCICT in December 2010
Bali, Indonesia is the site of two APCICT organized events in December: the National Workshop in Indonesia of the “Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders Programme”; and the Fifth Session of the Governing Council of APCICT-ESCAP.
UN and SPC to strengthen ICT capacity in the Pacific
APCICT and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) enter into a partnership arrangement to increase the capacity and use of information and communication technology for development (ICTD) in Pacific Island countries.
UN Recognizes Pacific e-Learner during Workshop to Strengthen ICTD Education in the Asia-Pacific
UN Information and Communication Technology Hub presents APCICT Virtual Academy Award to ICT e-Learner from Fiji
Incheon, Republic of Korea – The Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (UN-APCICT/ESCAP), a regional institution of ESCAP, recognized Mr. Javed Yusuf from Fiji, for commendable performance in a comprehensive information and communication technology for development (ICTD) e-Learning programme.
UN Concludes Workshop to Strengthen ICTD Education in the Asia-Pacific
UN Information Communication Technology Hub for Asia-Pacific looks to strengthen coverage of Information and Communication Technology for Development in Higher-Learning Institutions.
PR No: G/57/2010
9 November 2010
Incheon, Republic of Korea (UN ESCAP Information Services) – Over seventy governments and higher-learning institution participants from the Asia-Pacific region concluded a curriculum enhancement workshop organized by the United Nations Information Communications Technology (ICT) capacity development hub.
UN Brings to Korea Asia-Pacific Decision Makers to Discuss ICT Human Capacity Development Strategy
UN-APCICT/ESCAP and National Partners discuss best practices and future of capacity building programme on Information and Communication Technology for development.
Press Release No: G/56/2010
Date: 4 November 2010
Incheon, ROK – Thirty participants from twenty-one countries in the Asia-Pacific have gathered together to share experiences and discuss the status and way forward of a UN developed comprehensive Information Communications Technology for development (ICTD) training programme.