Web Centres for Rural PNG: For Socioeconomic and Rural Development
The international community has a high interest in implementing a development strategy that would be in accord with the resource-poor situation of developing countries and marginal areas. This strategy recognizes the potential enhancement of the different capacities in low-income areas that a significant increase in education and skills development by having access to information via information Centers would enable those marginal areas “to produce wealth”. Therefore, the establishment of Rural Community Web Centers would provide that shared access to education and information to Rural and marginal areas.
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