Connect2Recover: A methodology for identifying connectivity gaps and strengthening resilience in the new normal
The Connect2Recover initiative supports countries in their efforts to identify gaps and bottlenecks for the use of broadband networks and digital technologies to respond to and mitigate the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes post-pandemic recovery, readiness for the “new normal”, and preparedness for any future pandemics.
The Connect2Recover: A methodology for identifying connectivity gaps and strengthening resilience in the new normal report outlines how governments and regulators can use the national broadband planning process to help close the digital divide, collect trustworthy sources of data to carry out gap analysis, increase network redundancy and resiliency, and be prepared to move quickly should future disasters occur.
This report includes several key findings on sourcing and collecting data, assessing the resilience of operators during the COVID-19 pandemic, and policy and regulations to prepare for future pandemics. It also details six key elements common to successful National Broadband Plans.
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