Business people, community activists and policy-makers have an interest in as many people as possible –including people in the lowest income-brackets- having access to the internet, being able to check out important information on websites and communicate cheaply via email or internet phone. In order to reduce poverty and foster inclusive development through affordable access to the internet, APC produced a resource kit for realising a universal access agenda, present promising options, experiences, lessons and opportunities in pro-poor access provision in developing societies.

This kit consists of three modules, each focusing on a different topic:

This toolkit contains case studies from India, Peru, Nigeria, Brazil, Mozambique and Nepal.

Pro-poor ICT Access Toolkit
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