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    Baktiku Negeriku Apps, providing easy access about information for rural communities. The communities can be share information and question/answer real time with pictures attached, it effectively anable connect them to expert and to each other. And also to bridging a commerce of rural product, Articles/videos about rural empowerment, check about daily weather, and price of staple foods.
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  • Police Clearance Certificate Management System Police Headquarters, Bangladesh Police | Bangladesh
    The traditional process of receiving police clearance certificate was not only very time consuming, but also left scope for corruption and speed money. Moreover, the certificate issuing authority had a very archaic system of tracking applications and confirming acceptance. a2i’s Service Innovation Fund has supported the Bangladesh Police, the chief authority providing this service, to develop an application collection-processing-distribution system for police clearance certificate in a single unified architecture allowing citizens to access the service anytime-anywhere-online ( The simplification and automation of the service process has substantially reduced scope for corruption and bribery (SDG 16.5) and helped transform the service provider into an effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels (SDG 16.6).
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  • Establishment of Bangladesh National Enterprise Architecture Bangladesh Computer Council | Bangladesh
    The Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) is one of the apex bodies of the GoB that has been instrumental in carving the path for the development of e-Governance in Bangladesh over the last two decades. At present, the BCC is in the process ensuring success of eGovernance in Bangladesh through establishment of ‘National Enterprise Architecture (NEA) and e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-GIF)’. This NEA and e-GIF would be the foundation for successful ICT implementation of e-Services in the Government. To realize vision and mission of the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) of establishing "Digital Bangladesh" by the year 2021 through building efficient, transparent and citizen centric government services, termed as "e-Services" through ICT, defining the "National Enterprise Architecture" and “e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-GIF)” for Bangladesh has been one of the key priority projects undertaken. The objective of this project is to assist GoB through BCC to design, develop, deploy and use the “National Enterprise Architecture (NEA)” and “e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-GIF)” to develop strategies, processes, plans, structures, technologies and systems across the Government, thereby developing an environment that enables the Government agencies to achieve its key objectives and outcomes through increased interoperability, better asset management, reduced risk and lower procurement costs.
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  • Bridging Digital Divide Among the Youth (BDDY) Edified Generation Rwanda | Rwanda
    Inline of contributing to the national Digital Talent Policy, Edified Generation Rwanda is committed to take a lead to support the GoR in regards to the achievement of this policy through a national wide project “Bridging Digital Divide Among the Youth” targeting the youth from secondary schools. Edified Generation Rwanda is organizing the special ICT training in ICDL Modules which will be piloted by certifying the 130 capable ICDL certified trainers in the phase one of the project , the 130 will be used to implement the second phase which will be targeting directly the secondary schools communities which is our specific target by 2020 using the 130 capable trainers Edified Generation Rwanda will assist the ministry directly and indirectly to achieve its goals national wide since the later shall be used by both ministry and Edified Generation Rwanda Edified Generation Rwanda has initiated the strong partnership with ICDL Africa , to work closely and collaboratively along the implementation of the “Bridging Digital Divide among the Youth” in quality(in all its Phases ) to meet the international standards level , our aim is to export ICT Skills in EAC by 2019 and we hope to gather with ministry we can make it starting the 130 beneficiaries of the Pilot.
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  • Promoting climate resilient agriculture along the coastal belt of Bangladesh through ICT Climate Change Adaptation, Mitigation Experiment & Training (CAMET) Park | Bangladesh
    Bangladesh is vulnerable to different types of climate-induced disasters. The major climate-induced disasters are floods, water stagnancy, droughts, cyclone, tidal surge, river erosion, salinity, extreme temperature and low light intensity etc. These catastrophic events significantly hinder the agriculture production systems, economic and social development of the country firstly through damaging the crops, livestock, fisheries and agroforestry, natural resources, establishments and infrastructures and secondly pulling back the on-going developments, business and trade at local, regional and even global levels. Usually, the coastal belt is flooded from May to December. Salinity also restricts agriculture in the coastal areas. In coastal zone crops are lost due to water stagnancy or tidal surge during July-December in wet seasons. On the other hand, during winter salinity is the major threat to agriculture. During the summer season, due to lack of irrigation availability farmers cannot produce crops in their lands. The aim of the project is to ensure food security of ultra-poor climate vulnerable farmers promoting climate-smart agricultural system using ICT in the coastal belt. Poor farmer gains fruitful access to ICTs through shared facilities in their own languages. The project is being implemented in the saline prone areas establishing climate smart agricultural information & investment Centre; developing and regular updating customized software; disseminating seasonal agro-meteorological, soil and hydrological information relating to crop suitability using cellular phone and mobile internet; educating farmers on ICT and climate resilient agricultural system, soil health, and also about flood & saline tolerant varieties.
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