The project will establish patterns of use of phone and internet services in a sample of remote Indigenous communities. Telecommunications services are recognised as important tools for socio-economic development of remote Indigenous communities and can have considerable impact on delivery of public services such as education, health and social security assistance. In addition to Universal Service policies and general telecommunications development assistance programs such as Networking the Nation, the Government has implemented special support programs to foster development of telecommunications services such as the Telecommunications Action Plan for Remote Indigenous Communities (TAPRIC)
|Short title||Patterns of Usage of phone and internet services i|
|Effective start/end date||1/10/05 → 30/06/06|
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