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ABOUT ITU-D STUDY GROUPS
ITU-D Study Groups provide an opportunity for all Member States and Sector Members (including Associates and Academia) to share experiences, present ideas, exchange views, and achieve consensus on appropriate strategies to address ICT priorities. ITU-D Study Groups are responsible for developing Reports, Guidelines, and Recommendations based on input received from the membership. Information is gathered through surveys, contributions and case studies and is made available for easy access by the membership using content management and web publication tools. The Study Groups examine specific task-oriented telecommunication/ICT questions of priority to developing countries, to support them in achieving their development goals.

Outputs agreed on in the ITU-D Study Groups, and related reference material, are used as input for the implementation of policies, strategies, projects and special initiatives in Member States. These activities also serve to strengthen the shared knowledge base of the membership. Sharing of topics of common interest is carried out through face-to-face meetings, online e-Forum and remote participation in an atmosphere that encourages open debate and exchange of information and for receiving input from experts on the topics under study.
STUDY GROUP 1 STUDY GROUP 2
Enabling environment for the development of telecommunications/ICTs ICT applications, cybersecurity, emergency telecommunications and climate-change adaptation
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ONGOING WORK FINAL REPORTS
ongoing work final reports
EVENTS
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HIGHLIGHTS
The Study Groups (SG) plenaries and Rapporteur Group Question (RGQ) first fully virtual meetings were held during 4 weeks in September and October 2020.
SG1 meetings saw the participation of 182 ITU-D Members where 124 contributions were analyzed.
SG2 meetings saw the participation of 134 ITU-D Members where 99 contributions were analyzed.
14 draft final output reports (end of study cycle) and 1 guideline were presented and 3 papers (annual deliverables) were approved for release.
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