Broadband Internet offers significant benefits for Least Developed Countries (LDCs). It is a transformational tool that can help these countries overcome vulnerabilities, grow their economies and enhance the livelihoods of their citizens. This report reviews experiences of leveraging broadband infrastructure for development in four LDCs: Cambodia, Rwanda, Senegal and Vanuatu. This quartet reflects the range of different types and locations of LDC, such as landlocked developing countries, LDCs with access to the sea and small island developing states, located in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
Date published: July 12, 2018