The virtual Colombo plan: Implications for developing countries

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This paper considers the available documentation on the Virtual Colombo Plan, launched by the World Bank and the Australian Government in 2001. The Plan is one of the World Bank’s key projects for encouraging greater use of information and communications technologies in developing countries, with a focus on the using ICTs for education, as well as for economic benefits.

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Surfing the Knowledge Wave: Access for Caribbean Development.Annalee C. Babb - 2003 - Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 1 (2):71-80.

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