Sub-committee on geoinformation synthesis report of the activities CODI-Geo working group
This report is a synthesis of activities that have been undertaken by working groups established by the Executive Working Group (EWG) of CODI-Geo. The working groups were established at the third meeting of CODI, which ...
Rapport d'activité sur la suite donnée aux décisions de la première réunion du comité des ressources naturelles, de la science et de la technologie
Le présent rapport vise à fournir des informations succinctes sur la suite donnée aux décisions prises lors de la première réunion du Comité des ressources naturelles, de la science et de la technologie (CNRST-1). Il rend ...
Report on ECA's activities in the area of ICT and libraries in development for the year 2003-2005 and the presentation of the 2006-2007 work programme
The paper focuses on accelerating the process of the formulation, development and implementation of National Information and Communication Infrastructure (NICI) plans.
ECA's follow-up report: Sub-committee on geoinformation: Progress report
This paper focused on the report of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa to the sub committee on geoinformation of the third meeting of the committee on development information (CODI 3).
Sub-Committee of geoinformation synthesis report of activities of ECA sponsored synthesis report of activities of ECA sponsored regional centres of excellence in field of geoinformation
This report is a synthesis of activities-that are relevant to the work of the Subcommittee on Geo information, undertaken by regional centers of excellence in Geo information sponsored by the United Nations Economic ...
Report on ECA's activities in the area of access to knowledge, libraries and information services for development during 2005-2006 and work programme for the biennium 2007-2009
Libraries provide the best hope for the development of an inclusive Information Society in Africa, as they provide sustainable and affordable public access to ICTs, including the Internet. This role is even more important ...