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Identification of Study Topics in the ITU-T and ITU-R Study Groups which are of Particular Interest to Developing Countries

Final Report [Question 9/2]

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This report illustrates ITU studies and activities which are of particular interest to developing countries. The ITU-R and ITU-T study groups undertake many studies on topics with diverse purposes, outputs and focuses. Many of these studies on topics are, or could be, of interest to the ITU-D membership, developing countries in particular. Developing countries frequently lack resources to follow the work of even a limited number of study groups in the other two Sectors, and are not aware of the agreed Questions, their purpose and status of implementation. Many of these countries are now in a position to take part in the work of some of the study group Questions from the other two Sectors and would benefit from these studies.

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Preface

ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) study groups provide a neutral contribution-driven platform where experts from governments, industry and academia gather to produce practical tools, useful guidelines and resources to address development issues. Through the work of the ITU-D study groups, ITU-D members study and analyse specific task-oriented telecommunication/ICT questions with an aim to accelerate progress on national development priorities.

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