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DRAFT PLAN / PROPOSAL

FOR

TARABA DIGITAL VILLAGE CENTRE

SUBMITED TO DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL PARTNER(S) IN SUPPORT OF DIGITAL VILLAGE PROJECT IN TARABA STATE, NIGERIA.

2006/2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction.
Executive Summary .
Description of the City.
Population.
Why there is a need of the Project.
Target Population.
Facilities Needed.
Time Table To Raising Fund And Start of Project Operations.
Core Programmes Activities.
Budget Cost.
Core Areas of Collaboration in the Project.
Existing Cafes.
Training Programmes.
TDVRC Internet Café.
Conclusions/Explanatory Notes.
Team Members.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
The Taraba Digital Village Centre (TDVC) proposal articulates a compelling vision, that will enable Jalingo, the state capital to through the centre, play a pivotal role in assisting the government to define, develop and deliver its programmes and facilitate development based on the new Information Communication Technology (ICT’s) strategy(ies) and so facilitate business opportunities that is unrivalled in the 21st century.
The center’s immediate benefit shall focus on the creation of a better business competitiveness, jobs creation, investment opportunities, infrastructural improvements, global inclusion and participation within the information society process.
The essential component of the centre would be a place where ICT knowledge is disseminated through the cutting-edge of information knowledge economy and transfer initiative, the use of communication technologies and sophisticated knowledge sharing process and education.
The centre will be a place where the next generation is educated, trained and skilled to take positions at all levels of development required by the 21st century businesses and entrepreneurship. The centre will be socially inclusive and accessible to the citizens of the state to participate in building the cultural diversity of our society.
Taraba

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