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Significantly increase access to information and communications technology and provide universal and affordable Internet access in least developed countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Technology Centers: Provide access to computers, the internet, and digital training programs.

  2. Digital Inclusion Coalitions: Bring together local government, nonprofits, and businesses to work collaboratively on digital inclusion initiatives.

  3. Public Libraries: Many libraries offer free access to computers and the internet, along with digital literacy training programs for community members.

  4. Community Telecenters: Provide access to telecommunication services, internet connectivity, and computer resources.

  5. Youth and Community Centers: Often incorporate ICT programs to empower residents, particularly young people, with digital skills.

  6. Nonprofit Technology Assistance Providers: Provide technology assistance and education to underserved communities, helping them access and utilize digital resources.

  7. Local Educational Institutions: Schools, colleges, and universities often run outreach programs to extend digital education and access to their communities.

  8. Community Radio Stations: Some community radio stations incorporate ICT initiatives to disseminate information and promote digital literacy among their audience.

  9. Neighborhood Associations: May engage in projects that promote digital inclusion within their specific neighborhoods.

  10. Senior Centers: May offer ICT programs to bridge the digital divide among older community members.

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