This publication presents and analyzes the major conclusions of research conducted in Central and West Asia in 2006 through 2011 to ascertain the impact of information and communications technology (ICT) investments on education. It presents a critical overview of the effectiveness of ICT policies and strategies in basic education in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, with shorter studies on Afghanistan, Armenia, Georgia, and Pakistan.
Information and Communication Technologies for Community Empowerment through Non-Formal Education: Experiences from Lao PDR, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Uzbekistan
This report presents country and regional experiences from ICT for community empowerment through community learning centres (CLC) projects of UNESCO. It highlights experiences using radio, load speakers, computers, CDs, video and digital cameras. It also includes lessons learnt, as well as a synthesis of experiences from the four countries documented: Lao PDR, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Uzbekistan.
First published by the Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development in 2010, the first three editions of the ICTD Briefing Note Series have been translated into Uzbek language by UNDP in Uzbekistan's ICTP Project.
Hub for ICT Human Capacity Development and Central Asian partners deliver series of ICT capacity development workshops in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
Over 50 government officials, professors and educators from countries in Central Asia team-up with the United Nations to enhance the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in support of development initiatives in the sub-region.
07 September – Over 50 government officials, professors and educators from countries in Central Asia team-up with the United Nations to enhance the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in support of development initiatives in the sub-region.
UN-APCICT/ESCAP in collaboration with UNDP in Uzbekistan, the Uzbekistan Agency for Communication and Information (UzACI), and Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT) carry-out a two-day workshop to equip government officials in Uzbekistan with the skills and knowledge to leverage ICT for socio-economic development.
Press Release No: G/41/2010
Date: 24 September 2010
APCICT to Promote the Importance of ICT Human Capacity in Uzbekistan during Nation ICT Summit, Present on ICT for Development Partnership Initiatives at Korea Africa Ministerial Conference, and Publish a Series of New Russian-language Knowledge Products.
APCICT is pleased to announce that Mr. Nurilla Mahamatov, winner of the first round of the APCICT Virtual Academy (AVA) Award, will be attending a regional Training of Trainers workshop in the Rebuplic of Korea.