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  • Digital Agenda Uruguay (Uruguay's digital policy) Agency for e-Government and Information Society (AGESIC) | Uruguay
    Sustained and continuous effort through several versions: 2007-2008, 2008-2010, 2011-2015. It's not a government's plan, is a multistakeholder commitment. It's not a technology plan, is a social inclusion agenda. Highlights: -Regional leader in ICT access; outstanding plans offered by government such as 1GB broadband, no monthly fee -First country where all public schools students have their own PC; reducing PC access gap between lower-income and upper-income households to only 10%. No child should walk more than 300mtrs from home to access Internet -Main software exporter per capita -First country with 100% livestock traceability
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  • Gedaref Digital City Organization Sudan e-Agriculture Project gedaref digital city organization | Sudan
    GDCO Sudan (civil society NGO) and its partners developed e-agriculture project. The government spent lot of money in developing software but very soon they collapsed due to mismanagement, resistance to change, lack of ICT skills and trained staff. There is a big variation in crop prices and most of the time farmers sell their crops with low prices due to lack of information. There is severe conflict between farmers, shepherd (nomads) and forest department. The e-agriculture project is PPP for community development. It provides good opportunities to invest in Telecentres for better sustainable development.
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  • eNGO Digital Empowerment Foundation | India
    With an objective of making all of the NGOs Digitally Literate we embarked this journey of eNGO Program to help NGOs at the grassroot level through the Internet, those who dedicate themselves to improving our world. Since 2011, DEF, in collaboration with the Public Interest Registry (PIR) (http://pir.org/), the non-profit organization that manages the “.org” top level domain globally, had launched the ‘PIReNGO’ program as a flagship initiative to create a network of legally validated NGOs/CSOs online with IT training and capacities in India, South Asia and Africa. Till November 2015, this initiative has reached out to 6000 NGOs/CSOs in India and South Asia (http://pirengo.org/). As the next wave of development of eNGO Program, Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) has undertaken with the Public Interest Registry (PIR) to bring all the not-for-profit organizations across India and South Asia on new top level domain (TLD) - .NGO which is specially meant for genuine, validated Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to promote Transparency and Governance in the social sector.
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  • Somalia Water and Land Information Management Project Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) | International
    The Somalia Water and Land Information Management (SWALIM) is a programme that serves Somali government institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), development agencies and UN bodies engaged in assisting Somali communities whose lives and livelihoods depend directly on water and land resources. The program aims to provide high quality water and land information, crucial to relief, rehabilitation and development initiatives in Somalia. The use of ICTs to accelerate, improve and multiply the effects of this work has been a hallmark of the programme since the beginning and remains a key component.
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  • Social Network for Health Promoting Hospital Advanced Info Services (AIS) | Thailand
    A team named “Village Health Volunteers (VHVs)” volunteer working for Tambon Health Promoting Hospital, refers to sub-district hospital, to look after the rural area. With the development of smartphone and the internet, Advanced Info Service (AIS) purposes supporting VHVs with the application that help and simplify working process with digital called “Social Network for Health Promoting Hospital”. Sharing, monitoring, preventing epidemic diseases is the major feature the application provides and it add the agility of fast report which Tambon Health Promoting Hospital uses for analyse the coverage area health. Now, volunteers do their job more effective than before.
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