Emerging Leaders (2007)

'There is a difference from taking a physical course, and some nuances of real-world, human interaction were missing. Yet, in a way, this difference helped me to concentrate better... in e-learning, one can stay more focused...' - Janyl Bokonbaeva from Kyrgyzstan

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 Janyl Bokonbaeva, 2007
 
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'A worldwide community of people is built, accompanied by the network of the organisations and institutions each one represents. Such a community has an enormous analytic and decision-influencing potential once introduced to the global process.' - Vladimir Radunovic from Serbia

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 Vladimir Radunovic, 2007
 
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'Development challenges are enormous for Africa and they go beyond promoting information and communication technology. One important issue currently is how Africa will solve its energy problems, which are a threat to progress on the continent.' - Ken Lohento from Benin

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 Ken Lohento, 2007
 
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'This is not an outside imposition of technology, but an enthusiastic acceptance of support... the ideal situation, where just a push, just a bit of help, can enable the local population to maximise use of resources under their own direction.' - Virginia Paque from Wisconsin, USA

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 Virginia (Ginger) Paque, 2007
 
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'I found that living in a developed economy is quite different from living in my developing country environment. Things like the Internet are taken for granted...In sub-saharan Africa, lack of the same (Internet) resources would automatically discourage me...' - John Walubengo from Kenya

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 John Walubengo, 2007
 
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'There is a huge need for online learning infrastructure at the national level in my country and I am sure it is the same in other small island developing states... I encourage governments to have their public  servants, in particular youth to study Internet governance...' - Fuatai Purcell from Samoa

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 Fuatai Purcell, 2007
 
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'It is a sustainable project with great  results. The participants of our capacity building projects are currently taking charge of managing local  initiatives, drafting regional ICT policy plans and training their own teams.' - Dhrupad Mathur from India

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 Dhrupad Mathur, 2007
 
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'My vision for Malawi is to have educational institutions connected to the Internet and to each other. This would provide for reduction in cost, as we would... use lecturers/teachers from other institutions to teach students across the country...' - Ulemu Nyasulu from Malawi

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 Ulemu Nyasulu, 2007
 
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