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Government Intergovernmental organisation Internet technical and professional community Academic Individual capacity 1. (...) Accessibility Individuals have more choices for internet network access and the internet is available to people of all abilities and languages Multistakeholder participation Individuals have a locus of control over their own digital identity and data that they produce, vs. governments or industries. (...) Accessibility Individuals have more choices for internet network access and the internet is available to people of all abilities and languages Multistakeholder participation Individuals have a locus of control over their own digital identity and data that they produce, vs. governments or industries.
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Score: 1018224.6 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c1_sub007_en.pdf
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Themes: ICT , Internet , Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/11 Workshop to raise capacity to produce programs in three areas of local concern in Sauti FM, Kenya Image: Introduction: From 17 th to 18 th November 2013, 15 radio Sauti staff (8 men and 7 women) were trained in Asembo Bay, Siaya county, Kenya. (...) Themes: Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/11 Workshop on programme production and Internet use to cover three areas of local concern in Zambia Image: Introduction: From 12th to 15th December 2013, UNESCO organizaed a workshop for radio station's staff in Zambia to increase their capacities in producing interactive programmes on three community issues: agriculture, health and social governance. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Radio monitoring , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 09/09 Workshop to raise capacities to produce programmes in three areas of concern in Pangani, Tanzania Image: Introduction: On 8 September 2013, UNESCO staff and trainers from Dar es Salaam travelled to Pangani, Tanga for a workshop to raise capacities of correspondents from five local radios in the United Republic of Tanzania to produce programmes on four selected areas of concern (agriculture, health education, and good governance).
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Score: 969593 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/health
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Themes: ICT , Internet , Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/11 Workshop to raise capacity to produce programs in three areas of local concern in Sauti FM, Kenya Image: Introduction: From 17 th to 18 th November 2013, 15 radio Sauti staff (8 men and 7 women) were trained in Asembo Bay, Siaya county, Kenya. (...) Themes: Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/11 Workshop on programme production and Internet use to cover three areas of local concern in Zambia Image: Introduction: From 12th to 15th December 2013, UNESCO organizaed a workshop for radio station's staff in Zambia to increase their capacities in producing interactive programmes on three community issues: agriculture, health and social governance. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Radio monitoring , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 09/09 Workshop to raise capacities to produce programmes in three areas of concern in Pangani, Tanzania Image: Introduction: On 8 September 2013, UNESCO staff and trainers from Dar es Salaam travelled to Pangani, Tanga for a workshop to raise capacities of correspondents from five local radios in the United Republic of Tanzania to produce programmes on four selected areas of concern (agriculture, health education, and good governance).
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Score: 969593 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/agriculture
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Themes: ICT , Internet , Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/11 Workshop to raise capacity to produce programs in three areas of local concern in Sauti FM, Kenya Image: Introduction: From 17 th to 18 th November 2013, 15 radio Sauti staff (8 men and 7 women) were trained in Asembo Bay, Siaya county, Kenya. (...) Themes: Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/11 Workshop on programme production and Internet use to cover three areas of local concern in Zambia Image: Introduction: From 12th to 15th December 2013, UNESCO organizaed a workshop for radio station's staff in Zambia to increase their capacities in producing interactive programmes on three community issues: agriculture, health and social governance. (...) Themes: Correspondents , ICT , Internet , Mobile , Programming , Radio format , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Radio monitoring , Editorial work , Interaction , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 09/09 Workshop to raise capacities to produce programmes in three areas of concern in Pangani, Tanzania Image: Introduction: On 8 September 2013, UNESCO staff and trainers from Dar es Salaam travelled to Pangani, Tanga for a workshop to raise capacities of correspondents from five local radios in the United Republic of Tanzania to produce programmes on four selected areas of concern (agriculture, health education, and good governance).
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Score: 969593 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/81
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ANNEX: PROPOSED CORE LIST OF INDICATORS (After Geneva’s meeting, 7-9 February 2005) Core indicators on access and use of ICTs by households and individuals Basic core HH-1 Proportion of households with a radio HH-2 Proportion of households with a TV HH-3 Proportion of households with a fixed line telephone HH-4 Proportion of households with a mobile cellular telephone HH-5 Proportion of households with a computer HH-6 Proportion of individuals that used a computer (from any location) in the last 12 months HH-7 Proportion of households with Internet access at home HH-8 Proportion of individuals that used the Internet (from any location) in the last 12 months HH-9 Location of individual use of the Internet from all locations in the last 12 months Response categories: • At home • At work • Place of education • At another person’s home • Free Public Internet Access Centre (specific denomination depends on national practices) • Charged Public Internet Access Centre (specific denomination depends on national practices) • Other HH-10 Internet activities undertaken by individuals in the last 12 months Response categories: • For getting information o About goods or services o Related to health or health services o From government organisations/public authorities via websites or e-mail o Other information or general Web browsing • For communicating • Purchasing or ordering goods or services • Internet banking or other financial services • For education and learning • For dealing with government organisations/public authorities • For leisure activities o Playing/downloading video or computer games o Obtaining movies, music or software o Reading/downloading electronic books, newspapers or magazines o Other leisure activities Extended core HH-11 Proportion of individuals with use of a mobile telephone HH-12 Proportion of households with access to the Internet by type of access from home • Response categories should allow an aggregation to narrowband and broadband, where broadband will exclude slower speed technologies, such as dial-up modem, ISDN and most 2G mobile phone access, and which will usually result in a speed of at least 256 kbit/s. (...) Core indicators on access and use of ICTs by businesses Basic core B-1 Proportion of businesses using computers B-2 Proportion of employees using computers B-3 Proportion of businesses using the Internet B-4 Proportion of employees using the Internet B-5 Proportion of businesses with a website (or web presence where the business has control over the content) B-6 Proportion of businesses with an intranet B-7 Proportion of businesses receiving orders over the Internet B-8 Proportion of businesses placing orders over the Internet Extended core B-9 Proportion of businesses accessing the Internet by modes of access • Response categories should allow an aggregation to narrowband and broadband, where broadband will exclude slower speed technologies, such as dial-up modem, ISDN and most 2G mobile phone access, and which will usually result in a speed of at least 256 kbit/s. B-10 Proportion of businesses with a Local Area Network (LAN) B-11 Proportion of businesses with an extranet B-12 Proportion of businesses using the Internet by type of activity Response categories: • Internet e-mail • Getting information o About goods or services o From government organisations/public authorities via websites or e-mail o Other information searches or research activities • Performing Internet banking or accessing other financial services • Dealing with government organisations/public authorities • Providing customer services • Delivering products online ICT sector basic core ICT-1 Proportion of total workforce involved in the ICT sector ICT-2 Value added in the ICT sector (as a percentage of total value added) ICT-3 ICT goods imports as percentage of total imports ICT-4 ICT goods exports as percentage of total exports Infrastructure and access core indicators Basic core A-1 Fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants A-2 Mobile cellular subscribers per 100 inhabitants A-3 Computers per 100 inhabitants A-4 Internet subscribers per 100 inhabitants A-5 Broadband Internet subscribers per 100 inhabitants (fixed and mobile) A-6 International Internet bandwidth per inhabitant A-7 Percentage of population covered by mobile cellular telephony A-8 Internet access tariffs (20 hours per month), in US$, and as a percentage of per capita income A-9 Mobile cellular tariffs (100 minutes of use per month), in US$, and as a percentage of per capita income A-10 Percentage of localities with public Internet access centres (PIACs) by number of inhabitants (rural/urban) Extended core A-11 Radio sets per 100 inhabitants A-12 Television sets per 100 inhabitants
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Score: 958196.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...nts/files/cea3sala_osilaci.pdf
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The snag, though, in all this digital transformation, is the cost of the internet. “If the cost of internet is exorbitant, it's impossible for farmers to take advantage of digital technology,” he says. “Internet access should be a human right.” Affordable internet and internet-enabled handsets remain a challenge. (...) “As much as digital depends on the internet, but if a farmer cannot move a truckload of produce from one town to another because it's rainy season and the roads are bad, the process ends abruptly,” he says.
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Score: 950062.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...-africa-tackle-food-insecurity
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Data for global and regional monitoring Regional and global aggregates can be produced for the proportion of households with Internet access since ITU produces data for this indicator for almost 200 economies. In cases where these data are not produced through official household surveys, ITU estimates the proportion of households with Internet access based on subscription data. (...) Data for global and regional monitoring Regional and global aggregates can be produced for the proportion of households with Internet access since ITU produces data for this indicator for almost 200 economies.
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Score: 948921.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...he-SDG-indicators-Sept2015.pdf
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In Canada, data refer to persons aged 18 or more who used Internet during the 12 months preceding the survey. (...) The degree of gender bias in the adoption of the Internet varies widely: for instance, in Sweden, some 84% of adult women and 88% of adult men used the Internet in 2006, which implies a 5% relative distance. In countries like Turkey or Azerbaijan, where Internet penetration is low, the relative distance between women and men using Internet was about 50%.
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Score: 943378.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2007/UNECE_weekly_2007-245.pdf
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More information on the meetings of the (former) Dedicated Group on international Internet-related public policy issues as well as the newly established CWG-Internet is available here​ .​​​​ ​ (...) Plenipotentiary 2018) Internet Protocol-based networks Resolution 102 (Rev. Plenipotentiary 2018) ITU’s role with regard to international public policy issues pertaining to the Internet and the management of Internet resources, including domain names and addresses Resolution 133 (Rev.
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Score: 939291.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/council/cwg-wsis/Pages/default.aspx
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STATE-OF-THE-ART IN AFRICA : I.1 INFRASTRUCTURE ICT infrastructure includes : •Telecommunications •Internet •Computers and Software •Broadcasting - TV & Radio •Human resources to install, operate, develop, set policy and produce content. (...) The international Internet bandwidth for instance, has become an important tool of measuring the amount of internet usage in developing countries. (...) The promoters of this project provided rural producers with cell phones with coded access to internet and taught them how to connect to Sonatel’s web site to get information about daily market price of their crops.
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Score: 932887.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/.../Paper%20by%20Seye%20Sylla.PDF
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