The Government of Bangladesh has developed the policy document with a single vision, 10 board objectives, 56 strategic themes and 306 action items to promote wide ICT use for national development. Three out of the ten objectives are related to infrastructure building to assist the rural population: (i) Ensure social equity, gender parity, equal opportunity and equitable participation in nation-building through access of ICTs for all, including persons with disability and special needs; (ii) Universal Access: Ensure connectivity to all as a public service obligation; and (iii) Support to ICT: Develop appropriate infrastructure including power, and regulatory framework for effective adoption and use of ICTs throughout the country.
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