THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTER
The GDRC Programme on Information and Communication Technologies
So what is it that ICTs can enable in achieving larger sustainable development goals? How can access to smart ICTs be increased?
About
GDRC's ICTs for Development programme focusses on the smart technologies that enable information assililation, communication and knowledge transfer for broad-based development. It also explores the uptake of internet and ICTs that involve skills and capacities in information management, particularly in developing countries.

GDRC Research Resources
Documents and Case Studies
Networks and Initiatives
Organizations and Institutions

Highlights
of GDRC
Research
One Pager - What is ICTs?
GDRC Docs
Use of Internet for Citizen's Participation
Policy Analysis Series E-079.
Packaging Knowledge: An Information Continuum
Policy Analysis Series E-080.
What is GDRC doing now?
  Currently, GDRC is focussing on the links between smart ICTs and poverty reduction - including mobile phones and its contribution to better governance.
Elsewhere
in GDRC
Gender and ICTs
• Other programmes under GDRC's Information Sphere

ICTs and Development

Pedagogy: Learning about Learning [Blog]
GDRC's Capacity Building Policy, an exercise in information management

This programme is a part of:
More information on GDRC's Information sphere
  GDRC's Information Sphere  
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