People & Culture

Getting connected in Myanmar

After years of falling behind the rest of Asia in information and communications technology, Myanmar is quickly catching up
  • Sep 21, 2016
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The digital divide between Myanmar and the rest of Asia was once wide, but as Niki Wilson reports, concerted efforts are helping close that gap and connect the country to the rest of the region — and the world. Part of an ongoing series of stories about innovative projects in the developing world, a partnership between the International Development Research Centre and Canadian Geographic.

Visit the Charting Change website to read Getting connected in Myanmar .

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