First Consultation Meeting of National Committees for All Programme
Moscow, 7-8 December 2009
Progress Report and AGENDA for IFAP Committee in Jordan
Tasks and Future Activities and Plans
The 5 National Information Polices and Knowledge Strategies will be the guidelines for the IFAP committee in Jordan, to be addressed in the work plane for the years 2010 & 2011.
Information for Development
In this element we accomplished the following:
In the mean time, the IFAP committee is working on the following activities:
In this element we need to propose a number of projects and programs to reach the above goal, for the years 2010 & 2011.
Members of IFAP in Jordan
IFAP committee in Jordan was formed within the National Information Technology Center (NITC), and consists the following organizations:
Important note: all the above activities require some found, NITC can help in a part especially the infrastructure.
* National Information System :
The National Information System (NIS), is a national Wide Area Network (WAN) that links homogenous information generating centers operating together. Sub-networks are connected together forming a sectorial information where information is retrieved and exchanged. The different sub-networks are connected to form the National Information System (NIS) as the main referral point.
The national information system was established in 1993, and under the new law of the center in 2003, which is one of it's duties, article 7 – b; "building an integrated information system and management at the national level, so that links between governmental institutions within the national network through which, in coordination with each other to provide information and knowledge of economic, social and technological new and more inclusive, so as to ensure smooth flow This information to beneficiaries in the public and private sectors. and to this end the governmental institutions are committed in collaboration with the National Information Technology Centre for building such a system".
** Knowledge Stations
* National Information Technology Centre (NITC) established 180 Knowledge Stations (KS) all over Jordan, These KS are connected to Internet and scattered all around Jordan Governorate, Especially in rural areas: The main objectives of the Knowledge Stations include:
Number of inhabitants who trained for ICT services such; Internet, Typing, and other applications for the years 2001-2008, in the KS, is 102324, from this there were 56672 Females ( 55% are women) and 45652 males
Department of Statistics / House hold 2008 (%)
Laila Abu-El-Haija email@example.com
Head of research and Development Unit
Chair of IFAP committee
Jordan: Tel: 962 6 5300222 /ext 312
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