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User Vice Chairs Report --- UN GAID e -SDDC Progress. Liu Chuang, CAS Lorant Czaran, UN 24th WGISS Plenary Meeting 15-19 October 2007, DLR, Germany. WSIS Follow Up Activities. World Summit on Information Society (Geneva 2003 and Tunis 2005) Four documentations were endorsed

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user vice chairs report un gaid e sddc progress

User Vice Chairs Report--- UN GAID e-SDDC Progress

Liu Chuang, CAS

Lorant Czaran, UN

24th WGISS Plenary Meeting

15-19 October 2007, DLR, Germany

wsis follow up activities
WSIS Follow Up Activities
  • World Summit on Information Society (Geneva 2003 and Tunis 2005)
  • Four documentations were endorsed
    • Geneva Declaration (2003)
    • Geneva Action Plan (2003)
    • Tunis Promise (2005)
    • Tunis Agenda (2005)
wsis follow up activities 2
WSIS Follow Up Activities (2)

Global Alliance for ICT and Development (GAID) was Launched in June 2006

slide4

UN GAID Agenda

  • Approved by Mr. Annan, former Secretary General of UN in April 2006
  • Launched in June 2006 in Malaysia
  • Steering Committee meeting in September 2006, Business Plan for 2006-2007 was approved
  • The 2nd Strategy Council Meeting on 27 Feb. in Santa Clara, California, USA
  • First UN GAID Forum from 24-26 Sept. 2007, Geneva
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Message from Mr Ban Ki-MoonUnited Nations Secretary-General UN GAID Strategy Council Meeting27 Feb. 2007

With the launch of the Global Alliance for ICT and Development, the international community has taken that consensus a crucial step further. The Alliance is well placed to promote the use of ICT in fighting poverty, illiteracy and disease, in protecting the environment and empowering women and girls.

It is important that you work as a true partnership of all essential stakeholders – Governments, civil society, the private sector, academia and others. All of you are needed if we are to succeed.”

united nations global alliance for ict and development

United NationsGlobal Alliance for ICT and Development

GAID Secretariat:

One UN Plaza

Room DC1-1464

New York, NY 10016

Tel: +1.212.963.5796

Fax: +1.917.367.4340

Web: www.un-gaid.org

priority areas of the community of expertise 17 projects in business plan for 2006 2007
Priority Areas of the Community of Expertise (17 Projects in Business Plan for 2006-2007)
  • Governance (3 Projects)
  • Entrepreneurship (3 Projects)
  • Education (5 Projects)
  • Health (1 Projects)
  • Cross-Cutting Areas (5 Projects)
regional networks
Regional Networks

- Transition Countries, Azerbaijan - Launched in Baku, 2 October 2006

- Asia Pacific, UN ESCAP, China - Launched in Shanghai, 19 October 2006

- Europe, UN ECE, Germany - Lunched in Dresden, Germany, 16 January 2007

Africa, UN ECA – Launched in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 23rd March 2007

- Arab Status, UN ESCWA - In consultation with lead organization

- Latin America and Caribbean, Inter-ADB - To be launched in Buenos Aires, 2007

- Southeast Europe, Government of Greece - In consultation with lead organization

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Global Alliance for Enhancing Access to and Application of Scientific Data in Developing Countries

(e-SDDC) is One of the Five Projects of the Community of Expertise in Education of the UN GAID

lead organiza tions
Lead Organizations
  • Lead Organization: Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Co-Lead Organizations:
    • CODATA (International organization)
    • CRIA (Brazil)
    • NRF (South Africa)
    • CIESIN/Columbia University (USA)
    • CCIT/CAST (China)
    • ISC (China)
slide12

UN GAID e-SDDC Launched on 7 May 2007 at Atibaia, Brazil

Photo of Part of Participates at the UN GAID e-SDDC Launch Meeting

slide13

UN GAID e-SDDC works

with people from UN, ICSU

CODATA, IAP, Private

Sector, IDB, .. for a cross-

boundary solution for LA

and Caribbean Reg. from

7-11 May, 2007 in Brazil

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Goals for the Longer Term: To bridge scientific research, education, and policy decision making in order to find tailored solutions for problems faced in developing countries; To enhance the potential advantages of ICTs in their critical accelerator role for the applications of scientific data and information for socioeconomic development and scientific innovation; and To apply these digital resources to the UN Millennium Development Goals in developing and economic transition countries.

priority areas of un gaid e sddc
Priority Areas of UN GAID e-SDDC
  • Poverty Reduction
  • Disaster Mitigation
  • Public Health
slide16
Poverty Reduction Should be the Center of Development Efforts in Developing Countries –UNDP Poverty Reduction Strategy
  • 1.2 billion people around the globe still live on less than a dollar a day and nearly 850 million people go hungry every night.
  • Poverty is multidimensional, involving not only a lack of income, but also ill-health, illiteracy, lack of access to basic social services, and little opportunity to participate in the processes that influence people’s lives.
slide18

Strategy for Implementation:Networking: Build a Decentralized Network of NetworksOpen Access: Enhance Open and Access Data Policy Innovation: Encourage innovative use data and data mining with creative knowledgeDevelopment: Development oriented and development in win and win manner

slide19

Action Lines: Action Line One – Building the Think Tank NetworkAction Line Two – Scientific Data Center NetworkAction Line Three - Technology Transfer and Assistance NetworkAction Line Four – Training and Online Teaching NetworkAction Line Five – Network on Scientific Data Dimensions of Poverty Reduction, Public HealthandDisaster Mitigation,

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Potential 14 Country

Partners In Latin

American and

Caribbean Region

Clara Map from Ms. Martha

Giraldo, 8 May 2007, Atibaia

slide22

UN GAID e-SDDC works with people from UN, ICSU

CODATA, IAP, Private Sector .. for a cross-

boundary solution for LA and Caribbean Reg. from

7-11 May in Brazil and African Network from 14-16 May 2007 in Pretoria, South Africa.

UN GAID e-SDDC Action in Asia and Pacific

Region Meeting will be held in 3-5 December, 2007

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Suggestions on Supporting Actions to Each Other

between WGISS and UN GAID e-SDDC :

1 To establish a cooperation between WGISS and

the UN GAID e-SDDC

2 WGISS Supports UN GAID e-SDDC:

Data holders from WGISS members supports UN GAID

e-SDDC regional network

Technology Supports

3 UN GAID e-SDDC Supports WGISS:

Show Case (Application) Network

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