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ANNUAL CONNECTING RURAL COMMUNITIES AFRICA FORUM 2007
Bridging the digital divide through sustainable ICT connectivity

Published: 03-JUL-07

HOSTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION OF KENYA

This international event will bring together African government officials, senior figures from African regulatory authorities and international ICT experts who are leading the private sector connectivity drive. At this forum you have the opportunity to discuss and analyse best practices, share case studies and debate crucial topics such as:

  • Optimal regulation strategies to promote rural connectivity
  • Creating the right environment to attract foreign investment
  • How to best harness and utilise ICT to deliver socio-economic benefits to rural communities
  • Analyse current projects which seek to bridge the digital divide
  • The opportunity to advance rural connectivity through mobile, internet and satellite and enhance access to key services, content and applications

    Take advantage of the opportunity to attend the forum which will enhance your understanding of connecting rural Africa through ICT. Early booking has already started at reduced prices.

    Contact - Marco by email: [email protected] or telephone: 0044 208834 1577. Website www.cto.int



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