The review report highlights the initiatives of the government and other stakeholders to provide the policy and enabling environment for the implementation of the SDGs, particularly on securing the buy-in from policymakers and stakeholders, incorporating the SDGs into the national framework, improving indicators and data, and developing institutional mechanisms. Since the adoption of the Development Agenda in Septemberthe Philippine Government and its partners have conducted communications and advocacy efforts to build awareness and engage stakeholders in the new agenda.
Developing agriculture and rural economy are the most important orientations of the Government of Vietnam. ICT has been creating not only opportunities but challenges to business in rural areas to narrow the gap between different regions, realise gender equality and the advancement of women to promote sustainable growth and poverty reduction.
To promote step by step development of the rural areas, the Vietnamese Government has improved the legal framework, mechanisms and policies with a view to create favourable conditions and offering high preferences for ICT application and development in rural areas.
To a certain degree, the project will investigate problems and difficulties faced by grassroot business, small organisations, Small and Medium Enterprises SMEs and households in rural or backward areas in dealing with the shift to new mode of economic activity and life.
The duration of the project is 20 months from July to December The main responsible institution for the project implementation is the Ministry of Science and Technology of Government of Vietnam. The project team so far consists of the persons from departments of Ministry of Science and Technology, some government organisations, non-government organisations, Department for Science and Technology of some provinces, ICT training centres, universities and enterprises.
As outcomes, a number of conclusions and recommendations for policy-making process will be Philippine government policies on the 8mdgs for governments, authorities and business managers to promote ICT application and development in business in rural areas.
As such, the project will have a bottom-up approach in trying to send a signal from below to the policymakers and get the response from the government to the need of the people and business communities.
Objectives of the project General objective The general objective of the project is to contribute to the process of creating the conducive policy environment for acceptance, development and application of ICT in rural areas of Vietnam, especially for business development. Research issues The project has the following elements as research issues: Research methodology The project has the following activities and the methodology for conducting research in a duration of 18 months, commencing from July to December This includes the following: Study policies and legal documents on ICT in Vietnam and related policy documents, strategies, measures for ICT application and development in rural areas; Carry out an inventory of all goals explicit and implicitexpectations, plans, strategies related to ICT application and development in rural areas; Interview officials from about 10 related governmental agencies and ministries and 15 local authorities to identify and understand different visions, tendencies and biases in ICT application and development in rural areas; Organise a seminar to discuss the status of policy environment in relation to ICT application and development in rural areas; Produce a report on the status of policy environment.
This includes collecting and studying policy documents, strategies, measures for ICT application and development in rural areas of some countries such as Thailand, China, Canada, Singapore, etc. The survey will also assess their needs, readiness, difficulties and impacts of the policy environment for ICT application development in business.
The purpose of sampling survey is to identify research population business enterprises who have access to the Internet in some rural provinces representing the Northern, Central and Southern parts of Vietnam.
This population will comprise enterprises operating in different sectors with differing background, especially SMEs and June www. The tasks associated with it are- developing survey tool and questionnaire, conducting the survey and processing the survey data, analysis and writing survey report.
The other methodologies include: Users and beneficiaries The project would contribute to the formulation process of all strategy, policy and master plans to promote ICT application and development in rural areas of Vietnam.
Immediately, the project results will contribute to the formulation process of Vietnam National Master Plan in ICT for the period of The first immediate users of the study would be the related governmental bodies, such as Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Post and Telecommunication, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, local authorities and National Programme on Science and Technology Application and Deployment for socio-economic development in rural areas.
The recommendations and findings of the project would be very useful for them in considering what options may be available, feasible and realistic. One important benefit of the project is the capacity building for policy analysis and decision making of the relevant organisations.
This will be the direct outcome of the project to help solving policy-related problems faced by organisations. Vietnamese companies and households in rural areas would get benefited from the study. Based on the findings, they could design, adapt and adopt appropriate business strategies and plan of actions in the most suitable way toward ICT application and deployment for business development.
Local communities, grassroots will also benefit from the outcome of the project, as the IT application and development will improve their living standards. Last, but not least, the project team itself and their associated organisations would also benefit from the project. After the completion of the project, research capacity of the members of the team will be enhanced and they could exchange their professional experiences to each other.
Some recommendations and lessons from consultant groups of other projects will serve as a basis and analytical framework for project studies and activities.
A package of legal document has been selected and reviewed. Some officials from provinces and ministries have been interviewed about visions, tendencies and biases in ICT application and development in rural areas. The assessment and research focused on the following issues: More than 70 participants in this workshop were the ICT experts, researchers, policy makers, officers from some ministries, government organisations, nongovernment organisations, ICT providers with software, hardware and services, ICT training centres and universities and SMEs and households from traditional trade villages in the Red River Delta and in the Northern Vietnam.
The participants discussed and exchanged views on ICT development in rural The survey findings are as follows: Most businesses in rural areas are micro businesses employeessmall businesses employees and only few medium businesses employees.
Three areas of critical importance were identified - universal access to information technology, education and training and IT applications in business and government.
The next step in the process was the formation of consultative groups on universal access to IT, on ICT infrastructure development, on human resources development, on software and services, on electronic commerce and on electronic governance.
Each group chose experts as the leader and chose their own paper writer. These papers were carefully studied to see how government could make these strategies a success.
This led the drafting of the IT Policy, which was publicly debated by the academia, government, media, researchers, civil society and the industry. Within a year of the steering of this process, the Government of Nepal adopted the recommendations and approved its Information Technology Policy in October The ICT application and deployment in grassroot business in rural areas is still backward.Realizing the Millennium Development Goals through socially inclusive Strategies to Achieve the MDGs in The Republic of the Philippines change in government spending to close social MDG.
Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Basahin sa Filipino The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is a human development measure of the national government that provides conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor, to improve the health, nutrition, and the education of children aged Philippines Fifth Progress Report on the Millennium Development Goals the attainment of the MDGs.
The “Philippines Fifth Progress Report on the EXECUTIVE SUMMARY iii national government as the enabling body for policy formulation and budget allocation; the. Philippine Government Policies on the 8MDGs Introduction A pledge the Philippines made along with United Nations member states and at least 23 international organizations have come a long way in achieving the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by The Millennium Development Goals In September of the year , leaders of countries met at the United Nations in New York and endorsed the.
The resulting list of indicators serves as timely inputs into the ongoing preparation of the successor Medium-Term Development Plan. A chapter on the SDGs has been added to the updated Philippine Statistical Development Program to ensure government support in the generation of data.