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E-agriculture Strategy Guide From the FAO and ITU

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Should ICT4D Be Sidestreamed or Mainstreamed?

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How Can We Harness the Internet of Things for Global Development?

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Spectrum and the Paradox of the ITU

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Africa and Spectrum 2.0

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is a paradox.  It is simultaneously an enabler and an obstacle to progress when it comes to radio spectrum.

Congratulations to Ghana for first place in mobile-broadband penetration in Africa

The ITU publishes the Measuring the Information Society report to identify recent global and regional trends in ICT deployment and uptake, on the basis of internationally comparable ICT statistics. The wonderful West African country of Ghana has reason to celebrate based on the 2012 report.

From Highs to Lows - Africa has world's greatest broadband price decreases in 2010

A few years ago, Internet access in Africa was crazy expensive. Entire projects would sink under the weight of a monthly broadband bill, often exceeding staff salaries to be the single largest expense in an ICT intervention.

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