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  • n. The promotion of computer use by all members of society, so as to avoid a reduction in opportunities for those who do not have or cannot understand the technology.


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e- +‎ inclusion


  • Last the country partook in the World Summit Award competition and was a winner in the e-inclusion category with its cross-media university application system.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Sao Paulo, in particular, has been awarded several national and international awards for its e-inclusion programs.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Frankly, these remind me of HP's ill-fated i-communities and Digital Villages back in the e-inclusion days. - Development Through Enterprise - Eradicating Poverty through Profit

  • Bangalore: In a major initiative, as part of its e-governance programme, the Centre, plans to extend its e-inclusion envelope to reach basic energy expertise and backing of a financially strong parent will give it an - Articles related to ICICI Bank in pact with UK Trade and Investment

  • The charity is the most experienced non-profit provider of ICT for development having provided more than 140,000 PCs and laptops to support e-learning, e-health, e-inclusion and e-agriculture projects in countries such as Rwanda, Ecuador and Zambia.

  • Telecentre 2.0 is an instrument for achieving national e-inclusion, which goes beyond mere access to technology and addresses the underlying socio-economic disparities of the poor and under-served. e-Inclusion means employing ICTs to address the problems of social exclusion and promoting opportunities for the economic and social empowerment of all citizens.


  • The company plans to sell or donate $1bn worth of products this year to poor countries through its world e-inclusion initiative, and is trying to find local partners in 1000 villages worldwide.

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

  • He also noted that Jamaica's Vision 2030 includes an ICT Sector Plan which is based on eight dimensions employed in the National ICT Strategy: e-inclusion; education and training; network readiness and infrastructure development; e-Business and Industry Structure; e-Government; cultural content and creativity; research and innovation; and policy and legal framework.

    Jamaica Information Service

  • Marius Wanders of social NGO Caritas Europa said the e-learning agenda should be changed to "e-inclusion", noting that it is difficult to retrain rural farmers from ploughing to e-skills.

  • The e-inclusion is a crack in the exclusion wall that you can leverage to achieve broader goals.



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