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Technology Issues: Perspectives
from the Not-4-Profit Sector
Presentation by
Muroro Dziruni

Bsc(H) Eng, MBA, E-Management
Email: muroro@comone.co.zw
13 February 2007

Presentation outcomes
\u2022At the end of this presentation you will relate to
ICTs in a simpler way.
\u2022You will solve the question of ICTs being labeled
an unnecessary distraction to development.
\u2022You will relate to the digital divide through the 5

A\u2019s model\u2026
\u2022And understand ICTs from the 5 C\u2019s concept!
\u2022You will not forget the 6 technologies that make

ICT4D happen.
ICT4D \u2013 The trade off

\u2022The trade-off between \u201cbread vs. computers\u201d has been
debated extensively and consensus is now that ICTs
complement rather than compete with development.

\u2022Should the poor already deprived of food, health
services, access to markets be further deprived of ICTs

\u2022Clearly ICTs cannot replace other development activities
but has potential to make development more efficient
and sustainable.

\u2022They are a means to an end..empowerment,
opportunity..and not an end in themselves. Neither are
they just an add-on but can be successfully embedded
within the development context.

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