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This guide highlights the latest global research, policy and practice in the field of ICT4D – particularly work which originates from the developing world. Its primary target audience is researchers, policy makers and practitioners working in the ICT4D sector.
The internet: who's in and who's out
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C. Stowers / Panos Pictures

1st August 2014 marks 15 years since Eldis first registered its internet domain name eldis.org. So how has the internet changed over that 15 year period and who have been the winners and losers as a result? This timeline uses International Telecommunication Union statistics and other research to highlight some the key developments in global internet use and looks at how the world has changed since that day in August 1999.

Latest Documents

Emerging Opportunities: Monitoring and Evaluation in a Tech-Enabled World
L. Raftree; M. Bamberger; ITAD false / Rockefeller Foundation, 2014
Paper exploring how ICTs are helping to overcome common M&E challenges, including “real-world” challenges and methodological and conceptual challenges. It offers ideas on untested areas where ICTs could play a role in ...
Gender-Specific Election Violence: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies
2013
The rising influence of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) has paralleled the rapid development of women’s political participation worldwide. For women entering political life or holding public positions, new ...
Information and cmmunication technologies for women entrepreneurs: prospects and potential in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Uzbekistan
Asian Development Bank, 2014
Information and communication technologies (ICTs), in particular mobile phones, the internet, and computers, play an important role in accelerating business growth. ICTs are particularly suitable to help overcome constraints that are ...
Empowering Women Entrepreneurs through Information and Communication Technologies - A Practical Guide
United Nations [UN] Conference on Trade and Development, 2014
The promotion of micro and small-scale enterprises (MSEs) has been recognised as an important strategy for advancing the economic empowerment of women, while reducing poverty and gender inequality. This guide has been designed to prov...
Flexible, Open and Distance Learning: An Enabler or Barrier to Women’s Empowerment through Education and Learning
S. A. Whittington / Commonwealth of Learning, 2013
Can flexible, open and distance learning (FODL) deliver education equitably and equally, as well as remove barriers to women’s learning and enhance empowerment, in the Global South? Although most of the early writings...
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