Module 13: Strengthening rural governance, institutions, and citizen participation using ICT

Abstract: ICT for governance, in the form of e-governance, e-services, and e-democracy, is a vital component of rural development. How governments, civil society groups, and NGOs offer their services in rural areas determines the extent to which improvements in agriculture reduce poverty.

Author(s): Belden, Cory; Birner, Regina

Source(s): , [30] p., ill., tabs

Published: 2011 World bank. Agricultural and rural development (ARD), [Washington, DC (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://www.ictinagriculture.org/ictinag/sites/ictinagriculture.org/files/final_Module13.pdf

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