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Information and Communication Technologies for Rural Development: Issues and Options

World Bank Rural Development and Natural Resources Sector Unit
World Bank Rural Development and Natural Resources Sector Unit on 8 December, 2006
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telecommunication, poverty, gender divide, connectivity, infrastructure, rural poor, community access center, telecenter, livelihood, agriculture, SME
The report is based on field visits, interviews with local and central governmenti and non-government organizations and desk reviews carried out between December 2004-April 2005. It aims to identify policies, technologies, institutions and investments needed to improve access to informationi and communication technologies (ICTi) in rural areas in Indonesia. A critical part of this study is a gender specific component, to ensure that the strategies developed and recommended are informed by a comprehensive gender analysisi, and further integrate gender considerations into national ICT policyi, planning and implementation.
 
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