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Project Information Document - Program for the Acceleration of the Digital Transformation of Cameroon - P173240 (English)


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    Hurpy,Charles Pierre Marie

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    Project Information Document - Program for the Acceleration of the Digital Transformation of Cameroon - P173240

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    digital service; rural area; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; capacity-building program; small and medium enterprise; climate change mitigation measures; gender gap in access; digital infrastructure; data collection and analysis; access to the internet; Disaster Response and Recovery; food and agricultural; impact of climate change; Climate Adaptation and Mitigation; Cost of Doing Business; Climate Change Knowledge Portal; japan international cooperation agency; information and communication technology; people with disability; digital inclusion; market failure; telecom operator; Broadband; data protection law; internet service provider; Agricultural Value Chain; public entity; private investment; competitive bidding process; infrastructure and services; finance for female; acquisition of equipment; broadband internet; sea level rise; Internally Displaced People; appropriate mitigation measures; change in precipitation; gross national income; sectoral policy objectives; value-added services; number of beneficiaries; Posts and Telecommunications; gender equality awareness; labor market participation; Poverty and Equity; Development Policy Financing; Macro Poverty Outlook; gender equality consideration; licensing policy; digital gender gap; Access to Education; global climate change; choice of technology; Gender-Based Violence; fisheries and aquaculture; integration of gender; access for woman; operations and maintenance; universal service fund; control of asset; poor urban area; removal of barrier; women in technology; local public administration; transport and energy; barrier to participation; lack of infrastructure; center for education; Investment Project Financing; average monthly income; appropriate regulatory framework; impact of policy; incorporate gender; climate change risk; digital gender divide; low population density; council of europe; violence against woman; climate change adaptation; geographic information system; renewable energy source; climate change resilience; fiber optic networks; early warning system; professional development opportunities; management of school; disaster risk management; access to financing; public-private partnership; tender process; digital economy; broadband service; digital connectivity; agricultural sector; gender strategy; digital transformation; retail price; network access; telecom sector; regulatory environment; rural population; available data; Digital Literacy; broadband market; digital technology; mobile telephony; communications campaign; enabling environment; digital development; internet bandwidth; wholesale price; power supply; broadband connectivity; rural community; online training; Messaging and Collaborative Tools; internet usage; digital equipment; access regulation; digital content; governmental agency; online safety; wholesale market; inclusive growth; entrepreneurial opportunity; electronic communication; broadband network; emergency communication; digital network; taxation regime; farm management; mobile application; mobile network; broadband subscribers; productive partnership; capital subsidy; retail market; public intervention; network coverage; civil unrest; private operator; digital divide; personal data; natural hazard; data portal; supply chain; informal sector; Business Continuity



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Hurpy,Charles Pierre Marie

Project Information Document - Program for the Acceleration of the Digital Transformation of Cameroon - P173240 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.