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Community Multimedia Centres
MCT Pilot Projects in Africa
UNESCO MCT sites in Africa
WARINTEK - Multipurpose Community Telecenters for Sustainable Human Development
Pilot project in South Sumatra, Indonesia


Rural and poor areas of many regions of the developing world are often prevented from benefiting fully from the many advantages offered by information and communication technologies (ICTs). In this sense, a community telecentre can be seen a crucial information and communication resource for the whole community, supporting the goal of universal access to the emerging Information Society.


Ten steps for establishing a sustainable multipurpose community telecentre
Ten Steps for establishing a sustainable Multipurpose Community Telecentre (MCT) is intended to assist comunities to walk through the basic requirements which need to be addressed when setting out to open and operate a successful MCT.


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