Telecentre Family project

Project year : 2005

Total no. of beneficiaries:
Objective: To expose rural communities to ICT through skill development and application of ICT to their development work

Telecentres act as a shared space, located in rural landscapes. Thus enables the rural community to interact with digital equipment, usually with the assistance of the trained staff. There are multiple models in terms of information being channelled from telecentres to the rural communities. Direct community interaction with telecentres is the most common form. Although such interaction is widely popular with the children and young people of the target populations, many different models have emerged to build the missing link: the interaction of rural adult communities. This project allowed to assess how an individual or a community travels through the journey of e-empowerment.
Telecentre Family project
Project Year : 2005
Objective : To expose rural communities to ICT through skill development and application of ICT to their development work
Telecentres act as a shared space, located in rural landscapes. Thus enables the rural community to interact with digital equipment, usually with the assistance of the trained staff. There are multiple models in terms of information being channelled from telecentres to the rural communities. Direct community interaction with telecentres is the most common form. Although such interaction is widely popular with the children and young people of the target populations, many different models have emerged to build the missing link: the interaction of rural adult communities. This project allowed to assess how an individual or a community travels through the journey of e-empowerment.