As a landlocked developing country, Bolivia faces some unique challenges to developing its information and communications technology. In our report Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) in the Americas Region – Connectivity Challenges and Opportunities – Bolivia we look at some of these connectivity challenges and explore opportunities for improving efficiencies in the sector.
Practical solutions to improve digital access and concrete policy recommendations to help accelerate progress towards universal and meaningful connectivity. Read now!
Faced with limited economic activity, a shortage of skilled workers and high unemployment, the creation of an information society would bring huge benefits to the Pacific islands — but small island developing states struggle for connectivity, with limited connection to international submarine cables. Maximizing Availability of International Connectivity in the Pacific uses case studies to examine ICT development in the islands and recommends ways to get their populations connected.
With no sea access and isolated from global markets, Paraguay’s earning capacity is limited. A poor telecommunication infrastructure contributes to poverty and high vulnerability to external shocks. Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) in the Americas Region — Connectivity Challenges and Opportunities: Paraguay analyzes the country’s connectivity challenges and opportunities and proposes recommendations for improvement.