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Integrating modern and traditional information and communication technologies for community development (UNESCO Sri Lanka)
2001 - 20 pages
Conference report
 
“This meeting presents a unique opportunity for the first international pooling of project experience in an innovative area which many believe offers the “missing link” in efforts to eradicate poverty: the harnessing of new information and communication technologies together with community media (especially radio) for community development and empowerment…”


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