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ICT4D in Rwanda

Posted on Tue, Aug 01, 2006 at 1:48 PM by Andrew Chadwick

A rather strange article in The Guardian (whose coverage of all things Internet politics has mushroomed in recent weeks) about Rwanda's new ICT-for-development strategy. I say 'strange' because it almost completely ignores the decades of civil strife that have bedevilled the country. One of the things that stood out is the context of high levels of population density, when compared with other African nations, as a precursor for success.

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