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ICT for Development and Future Generations: An Idea to Global Leaders

ictICT (Information and Communication Technologies) refers to technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications medium such as the radio, television, cell phone, computers, satellite technology; internet including email, instant messaging, video conferencing and social networking websites which have made it possible for users across the world to communicate with each other to give users quick access to ideas and experiences from a wide range of people, communities and cultures.

ICT provide us with new tools to redesign well known human institutions: money, contracts, markets, auctions, knowledge exchanges, agricultural cooperatives, audits, currencies, taxes, human rights monitoring, traffic and freight management, health assessment and measurement, power management grids, water distribution systems. By the use of new ICTs of location and communication, we will be able to see the life expectancy for a mother in a neighbourhood or how many children die in a village, or whether there is clean water or sanitation for a school, a street Read the rest of this entry

Youth Climate Report: The Youth Express

As we already know, climate change is an emerging concern of whole world. Likewise, climate change takes a form of erratic rainfall pattern, similarly, rise of global temperature day by day and melting of glaciers, climate change is threaten to whole world. So, everybody should aware of it especially youth should be involved in awareness program about climate change. To mitigate or to adopt climate change we have to perform many functions like plantation program, wise use of renewable energy sources and use of bio gasses. Farmers groups are mostly affected by the impact of climate change due to loss of yield day by day. So, we have to take an action that can adopt according to climate change. We don’t have to pollute our environment because nature is giving us a lot. As a clue or conclusion we can say that: “If you can’t protect nature, You have no right to destroy it”. Read the rest of this entry

The End of Millennium Development Goals and Beyond

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are eight international development goals that were officially established following the Millennium Summit of the United Nations in 2000, following the adoption of the United Nations Millennium Declaration. All 189 United Nations member states and at least 23 international organizations have agreed to achieve these goals by the year 2015.

The goals with their targets are: Read the rest of this entry

Role of Social Media to Build Youth Capacity

images“Social Media”, it describes the latest evolution and web based communication platforms that allows user-generated content to emerge through interactions as well as collaboration in a virtual community.

Active users of some most popular Social Media are: Read the rest of this entry