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Tiring, long walk around the exhibition area. Given the crazy schedules here, it is very difficult to spare time and get a comprehensive outlook of the exhibition, however, am posting few links which may be of interest to some of you. Apologies for not putting these in some order. But there are some potentially useful links below...
Ah! am back at the BCO stand after a tiring, long walk around the exhibition area.

On FN's suggestion, the objective was to collect some useful weblinks about various initiatives on display at ICT4All exhibition. Given the crazy schedules here, it is very difficult to spare time and get a comprehensive outlook of the exhibition, however, am posting few links which may be of interest to some of you. Apologies for not putting these in some order.

* One laptop per child: http://laptop.media.mit.edu

* International Network for the availability of scientific publications: http://www.inasp.info

* International Council on Archives http://www.ica.org

* e-Waste Guide http://www.e-waste.ch

* The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) http://www.nepad.org

* Computer Skills for Life. ECDL-F is the global governing body of the world's leading end-user computer skills certification programme http://www.ecdl.com

* Kerala State IT Mission http://www.keralaitmission.org

* World community radio broadcasters association (http://www.amarc.org)

* The contribution of the ICTs for sustainable development: http://www.tic21.com

* WITSA is a consortium of ICT industry associations from 67 economies around the world: http://www.witsa.org

* Internationa Amature Radio Union: http://www.iaru.org

* Links from Cuba http://www.mic.gov.cu and http://www.cubaminrex.cu

* World Space France: http://www.worldspace.fr

* AidWorld Information Access: http://www.aidworld.org/Wiki.jsp

* Smart School Institute, Iran http://www.smsc.ir

* Club of Rome: http://www.clubofrome.org

* The world's largest non-profit supplier of computers to the Third World countries: http://www.computer-aid.org

* Resources and knowledge to end the poverty: http://www.makepovertyhistory.org

* Industrial Information Network, Pakistan http://www.iin.com.pk

* Karakoram Area Development Organization http://www.kado.net.pk

* Community Radio for Development http://www.id21.org/communityradio

* Digital Governance.org Initiative: http://www.digitalgovernance.org

* Africa's Community Radio News Agency, featuring news and information on Health, Enviornment, Gender and Food security: http://www.amarcafrica.org.za/simbani

* Ghana's ICT for Accelerated Development initiatives: http://www.ghanaweb.com, and http://www.ghana.gov.gh, and http://www.ict.gov.gh, and http://www.moc.gov.gh

* Rawanda WSIS http://ww.wsis.rw

* WFUNA Task Force on WSIS: http://www.una.dk/wsis

* Small and Medium enterprise developers, Sri Lanka: http://www.smed.lk

* SPIDER, the Swedish programme for ICT in developing regions: http://www.spidercenter.org

* Built to teach intelligently: http://www.advancedelearning.com

* South African: http://www.capegateway.gov.za

* The African Information Society Initiative: http://www.uneca.org/aisi


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