World Bank Group’s ICT Strategy – Using ICT for Greater Development Impact
August 23, 2012 Editor 0
The World Bank Group’s ICT Strategy was released last month. The video above (approx. 4 minutes long) features World Bank Vice President for Sustainable Development Rachel Kyte highlighting the importance of the sector to the Bank and some of the opportunities that we see in terms of open development.
Basically, the straetegy is based on three different pillars:
Innovate: Developing competitive IT-based service industries and fostering ICT innovation across the economy – with a focus on job creation, especially for women and youth.
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