samedi 22 août 2015

How The Digital Economy Can Help End Extreme Poverty

Stronger than any gouvernment and political system, digital business can offer any technical profil worker a employment. Less expensive to create and developpe than an industrial business with devices and tools occupying a large area, digital is a just a computer and competences!!!

"When I was in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia recently as part of the U.S. government’s delegation to theThird International Conference on Financing for Development, I was struck by how much the international development landscape is changing."

Where governments were once the primary source of development assistance, today the private sector, civil society, academia and donors are all working together to discover, fund and scale innovative solutions to longtime development challenges.

Some of these solutions have already resulted in transformative innovations that have improved development outcomes.

In the past two decades alone, advances in mobile technology and digital connectivity have completely revolutionized how we interact with the world around us. They also provide unparalleled opportunities to deliver social impact and economic returns to millions of people in developing countries, while engaging new actors in the development process.

"Building the skills and ecosystem to participate in the fast-growing digital economy is likely one of the most powerful drivers for future employment and economic prosperity."

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