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Six billion without access to broadband?

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Yesterday, while I was moderating a panel on ICT policy and regulation, SDGs and inclusion at IIC 2016 in Bangkok, I was surprised to hear from a speaker representing the Alliance for Affordable Internet that “six billion people were without access to broadband.” I wrote it down. In subsequent comments I said the six billion […]

LIRNEasia-GSMA research on gender dimensions of Myanmar teleuse reported

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A box in 2015-16 Affordability Report of the Alliance for Affordable Internet includes a box on gender which begins thus: By March 2015, just over a year after liberalising their ICT sector, 40% of Myanmar’s population between the ages of 15-65 owned a mobile phone. Yet, women were 29% less likely to own a mobile […]

LIRNEasia is happy to have its messages amplified by A4AI

For sometime, Helani Galpaya has been communicating the message that affordability is not enough by itself for Internet use by the people of developing Asia. For example, this is what she said at a well-received presentation on SDGs at UN DESA, 8-9 June 2015. She has been saying this in a number of places and […]

All the presentations at A4AI meeting in Yangon in July 2015

A4AI has published all the slidesets used at the universal service workshop, that LIRNEasia attended. The presentations are here.

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