Sunday | 21 Jan 2018
Welcome to Digital Opportunity, the ‘all about ICT for Development’ channel, brought to you by OneWorld South Asia that informs on digital inclusion, showcases best practices in the sector and provides space for sharing and collaboration amongst ICT for D practitioners.
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18-12-2014 The report suggests that a collaborative effort from the government, regulator, industry players and technology innovators is required to penetrate the rural and semi-urban areas.
08-09-2014 The portal ( claims to be a one stop destination for climate change knowledge management in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
23-01-2014 The website is in response to increasing demand from both policy makers and the public for information on ways to achieve sustainable economic growth. The website mobilizes knowledge, experience and support from disparate partners in both the global economic and environmental arenas, all of which share the common goal of accelerating green growth.
02-04-2013 This booklet, published by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP)-European Union (EU), features 20 young people and three organisations that have been involved in the CTA youth project called ARDYIS (Agriculture Rural Development and Youth in the Information Society).
18-01-2013 The WDR 2013 application for iPad enables development professionals, journalists, students, researchers, and anyone interested in understanding the connection between jobs and economic and social development. World Development Report 2013: Jobs, explains and analyses the connection between jobs and important dimensions of economic and social development. The new WDR 2013 application for iPad puts that research, analysis, and data on jobs in the global economy in an easy-to-comprehend manner.
Image Credits: WDR 2013 for iPad
06-09-2012 The Little Data Book on Information and Communication Technology 2012, a joint venture publication between the World Bank and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) illustrates the progress of the ICT revolution for 216 economies around the world.
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22-08-2012 Mobile phone technology is developing at an extraordinarily rapid pace and is being applied to an increasingly wide range of human activities and the environment in which we live. It brings both benefits and challenges. This report looks at the implications and applications of mobile phone technology on conservation and development initiatives in the developing world.
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07-08-2012 The Report shows that the potential of leveraging information and communication technologies (ICTs) to develop the private sector is far from fully exploited.
Global Goals 2030
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» Online climate conference
Online,  November 5, 2012.
» Open Knowledge Festival 2012
Helsinki, Finland,  September 17,2012.
» ITU Green Standards Week
39, quai du Président Roosevelt 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France,  September 17

Digital Opportunity channels and collaborative projects include:
Ek Duniya Anek Awaaz OneWorld Open Knowledge Network ItrainOnline TIKI the Penguin, Kids Channel
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