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Smart Sustainable Development Model (SSDM) Initiative 2011-2018

​​​ The number of natural disasters are on the rise. Information and communication technology for disaster management – ICT4DM – can help respond to and recover from the hard​ship and damage caused to millions of people. At the same time, ICT for development – ICT4D – remains a pressing challenge to enable people and communities to truly participate in the global digital world.

The Smart Sustainable Development Model Initiative (SSDM)  seeks to ensure that information and communication technologies are used for both development and for disaster management with the aim of improving the lives of millions of people across the globe.

SSDM is both smart and sustainable. Making this approach pro-active, flexible and configured to both uses is “smart”, and giving it a roadmap for the future is “sustainable”.

The second cycle of the SSDM Advisory Board ended in December 2018. 

The Telecommunication Development Bureau is coordinating the Initiative with an Advisory Board of senior experts drawn from the public and private sectors.


See video on the SSDM Initiative

 

Objectives

The SSDM approach to ICT4D and ICT4DM will:

THE SSDM BROCHURE

 

PAST REPORTS 

 ​The SSDM Report 2016​

The SSDM Report 2015