of Adaptive Technologies in Building Information Infrastructure for Rural
Based Communities in Coastal Belt of Bangladesh.”
Development Networking Programme is a global catalytic initiative launched
by the United Nations Development Programme in response to Agenda 21
articulating the need for improved information dissemination to support
sustainable development. The program has been aiming at facilitating
communication between users, agents, generators and suppliers of
sustainable development information in developing countries.
flow would be treated as an alternate wealth for a developing society and
this project would have taken this challenge of breaking the lags and
leads of information barriers by creating an appropriate tool for
achieving and facilitating exchange of information and knowledge among
development partners, academia, policy makers and the civil society at
local, national and global level to design and implement unique plans for
sustainable development in Bangladesh.
villages in the coastal belts seem lacking of information updates. Those
rural community deprived of augmented information feels backlogging in
events of natural disaster, sudden geographical unbalances, agriculture
data, cultivation of lands, productivity of commodities, etc. Forming a
community based virtual information centre would act as the nucleus of all
these amenities of livelihood and the mass could be benefited from this
sort of virtual information centres.
dial-up connectivity has been thought of using a multi-media PC connecting
to central node in support with a single channel FM Band radio station
covering nearly 20Km radius running by solar panel, through several
institutional collaboration and few technology integration. Balancing of
technologies with symmetry of collaboration producing optimum connectivity
and bandwidth of communications would lead to a Internet connected society
and rich of information.
Agenda 21, virtual information centre, Internet.
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