Where? By whom?:
In other communities by national ICT access programme.
What lessons can others learn from your project? (max. 1500 characters):
Youth and ICT play an important role to uplift the living standard of youth themselves and the community they live in. Furthermore, ICT can increase the interest to learn new things, easy mean for job searching and application, easy money transfer and payments for school fees, easy communication and mass media entertainment; ICT helps in the cognitive development aspect of children, students, and all; ICT helps everyone to develop and shape their thinking power; logic sense; ICT increases the self confidence of a person, opening up to diversity and inclusion, helps in skill development. On creating job opportunities: youth use skills to open micro-entrepreneurship like mobile phone money transfer, setting up a community disaster management training- warning - and mobilization center as a mean for social development and resource support. ICT projects are vital to improving rural community livelihoods by: informing and forming on relevant decisions about livelihood strategies, thereby reducing disaster impact (flood, disease, drought warning and mitigation), and increasing income diversification; improvements in efficiency and effectiveness of rural service delivery across areas of health, education, agricultural extension, training and knowledge resources.