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    Egypt’s Best Practices in ICT

     
    The latest update of Egypt's successful initiatives, projects and best practices in the ICT field as model for replication in other countries. The information is oriented to decision makers, focusing on the specific objectives and significance of each initiative, as well as budgets, work plans, timetables, stakeholders, formulas for success, difficulties, solutions and social implications in light of the Millennium Development Goals. The publication was first published in November 2005.


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    Date Published: Nov 2006



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