Mozambique Govt Praised for Computer Policies to Reduce Digital Divide

Mozambique has been praised as one of the Commonwealth members that has made good strides in reducing the digital divide, through the implementation of policies to expand access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).According to Mozambican Foreign Minister Alcinda Abreu, Mozambique received praise for its computerisation drive during sessions behind closed doors of the Commonwealth summit in Kampala.She said that the heads of state and government also discussed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), agreed by virtually every government in the world at the UN’s Millennium Summit in 2000. They concluded that more attention had to be given to the targets laid down in 2000, and more help given to Commonwealth member states to achieve the MDGs.

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