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‘The Intel World Ahead Program’ September 3, 2007

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, Computer, TECHNOLOGY.
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Intel  introduces ‘Intel World Ahead Program’. The program is designed to introduce the digital world to the next billion new users. It is investing $1billion over the next 5 years to enhance live by providing access to uncompromised technology for anyone.

 

One of the missions of Intel is to provide greater accessibility to the worlds underserved by rapidly creating access to fully capable affordable PCs that are tailored to meet their need.

 

Intel is enabling the people of underdeveloped communities to experience the knowledge of internet by increasing the availability of high speed wireless internet connectivity.

Intel education efforts focus in improving teaching and learning through the effective use of technology and advancing math, science and engineering education and research. As part of the Intel Education program, Intel will train additional 10m teachers over the next 5 years in developing communities on the effective use of technology in the class. The program will provide 100,000  free PCs  in those communities to  improve  the learning  skills.

Intel collaborates with the Governments, NGOs, educators and healthcare leaders and local businesses to accelerate a world of compelling, localized content that enhances skills and expand social, economic, educational and health opportunities around the world.

Intel is advancing life by pushing the boundaries of technology. Intel already started this program in 50 countries and invests US$100m per year in collaboration of governments and educators.

We hope with the visit of Mr. Craig Barrett, Bangladesh will also be incorporated in ‘The Intel World Ahead Program’.

 

Bdoza

 

NB. The contents are taken from the Intel official website of  ‘The Intel World Ahead Program’.

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