ICT policy

Communication for influence (CILAC): Research and advocacy

(June 2009, APC )
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Colombia: The strategy of opening educational institutions as community internet access centres

By Jorge Mauricio Escobar Sarria, Olga Patricia Paz Martínez y Paula Andrea Ospina Saavedra (June 2009, APC )
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Introduction to the Regional Advocacy reports: Universal Access Funds in the Andean Region

By Hugo Carrión Gordón (June 2009, APC )
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Venezuela: NAP: An Opportunity to Improve Universal Broadband Access?

By Ysabel Briceño (June 2009, APC )
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Peru: The Battle for Control of the Internet

By Jorge Bossio (June 2009, APC )
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Ecuador: Wireless Networks for Development

By María Eugenia Hidalgo (June 2009, APC )
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Bolivia: Universal Broadband Access: Advances and challenges

By Orlando D. Arratia (June 2009, APC )
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Introductory report: Telecommunications Regulation and Broadband Development: Implications for the Andean region

By Guillermo Mastrini and Carolina Aguerre (June 2009, APC )
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Benin: Where mobile users carry 3, 4, even 5 SIM cards to make a call

CALGARY 28 May 2009 (LC for APCNews)

The telecoms situation in Benin is unique. The array of mobile telephone enterprises established during Mathieu Kérékou’s regime has resulted in the average Beninese owning three, four, or even five SIM cards for their daily communication needs. Facilitated by corruption and skyrocketing prices, it was not until the arrival to power of the new president Yayi Boni in 2006 that reform in this sector began. Despite the current progress and lower prices, networks remain segregated and there is still much to be done in relation to ICTs and the standardisation of the telecom sector in a legislative and regulatory environment that is open to investment. APC investigates to find out more.

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APC says goodbye to the Africa ICT policy monitor site

JOHANNESBURG 28 May 2009 (Chakula for APCNews)

Since the APC Africa ICT Policy Monitor started in 2001, significant inroads into raising the profile of the need for progressive ICT policy approaches in Africa have been made. The need for a portal like the Africa ICT Policy Monitor that collects and organises news and resources on a vast array of issues has diminished, but APC’s policy programme’s Africa wing will continue to report on issues of strategic importance through Chakula, a periodic newsletter.

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