Bangladesh is largely an agriculture based economy where a major portion of its population is directly or indirectly involved in agricultural activities. However, this sector has largely remained unaffected in terms of advancement of modern technologies and ICTs.
With the aim of finding a solution for market linkages in the field of agriculture and also keeping in…Continue
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Floriculture is growing fast in Jessore, BIID is working with the flower producers for developing business plan, crop insurance and market linkages by integrating ICT.
In the image, a farmer…Continue
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Dr. M. Asaduzzaman, former Research Director of the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS), urged the government to focus on boosting agricultural production and expand its marketing, specially focus on research and development.
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In November 2008, Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID) launched its own telecentre and co-branded it as Batighar (lighthouse) with a vision to develop it into an R&D facility to try out new service, service delivery tools/techniques, service mix (bundling).
Batighar has been the lab center where various operation and service related…Continue
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The Spark13 Conference, also known as the 4th Global Forum on Telecentres, was held on 28-29 May 2013 in Granada, Spain and was organized by Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF), Telecentre-Europe, the National Society Information Agency of Korea (NIA), and Red Guadalinfo, a project promoted by the Junta de Andalucía and eight provincial councils, which is managed by the Fernando de…Continue
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