27th Feb 2023
The Briefing Note Series aims to provide at-a-glance information of key ICTD issues for policymakers and to facilitate their understanding of the potential of ICT when formulating national development policies and programmes. This Briefing Note focuses on policy considerations drawn from the "ICT for Disaster Risk Management" Academy module.
27th Feb 2023
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have tremendous potential in disaster risk reduction due to their ability to facilitate the rapid flow of information instantly and continuously, in real-time. The use of ICTs in all phases of the disaster risk management cycle presents substantial opportunities to reduce disaster risks, enhance resilience, and facilitate inclusive preparedness…
Academy Module in Bahasa Indonesia on "Privasi dan Keamanan Informasi" (Information Security and Privacy)
5th Nov 2021
Modul ini memberikan gambaran umum tentang konsep dan standar Keamanan Informasi dan Perlindungan Privasi dan membahas persyaratan untuk pembentukan dan implementasi kebijakan tentang keamanan informasi, serta siklus hidup kebijakan keamanan informasi. Hal ini bertujuan untuk membekali pejabat Pemerintah dan pegawai negeri sipil dengan pengetahuan dan alat untuk menilai kebijakan keamanan…
10th Sep 2020
Di era informasi dewasa ini, kemudahan akses informasi telah mengubah cara kita hidup, bekerja, dan bermain. Pergeseran tersebut menunjukkan semakin pentingnya peran Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi (TIK), terutama bagi ekonomi dan masyarakat secara keseluruhan. Akibatnya, pemerintah di seluruh dunia semakin fokus pada penggunaan TIK untuk Pembangunan yang dikenal dengan istilah ICT for…
3rd Jan 2014
This module provides government officials and policymakers with an overview of disaster risk management (DRM) and presents an approach for identifying information needs in DRM. It then matches the needs with ICT. The module also describes and provides examples of existing ICT applications for DRM and discusses benefits and barriers for utilizing ICT in DRM.
Academy, Asia, China, Disaster Risk Reduction, Disaster preparedness, Disaster resilient network, Emergency Management, ICT4D, UN-APCICT, capacity building, disaster reduction, disaster relief, disaster response, disaster risk management, environmental challenges, ict for development, Chinese, 2014
1st Jan 2014
This module provides a development-oriented perspective on social media and describes innovative ways for governments and development stakeholders to leverage it in national development strategies and programmes.
1st Jan 2013
This module aims to provide an audience of decision makers with an understanding of the role that ICTs play in observing and monitoring the environment, sharing information about the environment, mobilizing action, facilitating and enhancing environmental decision making, promoting environmental sustainability and abating climate change. The module also explores the potential of ICT to transform…
1st Jan 2011
This module provides government officials and policymaker with an overview of disaster risk management (DRM), presents an approach for identifying information needs in DRM, and then matching the needs with ICT. The module also describes and provides examples of existing ICT applications for DRM and discusses benefits and barriers for utilizing ICT in DRM.
1st Jan 2011
This module focuses on ICTD policy-making and governance, providing critical information about aspects of national policies, strategies and frameworks that promote ICTD. It discusses key ICTD policy and governance issues, and shows how governments can measure their progress and benchmark that progress against those of other countries.
1st Jan 2011
As the diffusion of ICTs increases, governments around the world are rolling out e-government plans and projects to enhance service delivery to the public through the use of ICTs. In many jurisdictions, both the financial and technical means available to government are limited. This constrains the ability of governments to deliver the benefits of e-government to everyone. However, there are…