TeleUSE

TeleUSE

An interface builder for Motif.
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Teleuse on a shoestring: Poverty reduction through telecom access at the "bottom of the pyramid." Annual Symposium on Poverty Research.
Rohan Samarjiva, CEO and Chair LIRNEasia presented a research carried out by the organization on the subject how the under-privileged make use of ICTs and findings from worldwide studies of Teleuse at the bottom of the pyramid.
Rohan Samarjiva, CEO & Chair LIRNEasia presented a research carried out by the organization on the subject how the underprivileged make use of ICTs and findings from worldwide studies of Teleuse at the bottom of the pyramid.
Of these poor, two thirds (64%) of 'BoP households' claim ownership of a phone (mobile or fixed -or both) which is twice the same rate in India (38%), according to a recent Teleuse survey.
The "Teleuse at the bottom of the pyramid - Findings from a six-country study in emerging Asia" survey by LIRNAsia in Colombo also shows that almost one third (32%) of BoPs even own a mobile phone (1,972,185).
The TeleUse X-Motif GUI builder, for example, plays in a market that has more or less subsided.
All of the articles in this issue share a common evidential base, primarily the Teleuse @ Bottom of the Pyramid (Teleuse@BOP) representative-sample survey conducted by LIRNEas/a since 2005 and, secondarily, the qualitative research conducted as part of the same project.
In countries where teleuse is still not universal, this offers a unique opportunity to understand the dynamics of the rapid diffusion of mobiles, which has hitherto been examined only from the supply side (e.g., Dutta & Mia, 2009; Kalba, 2008; Samarajiva, 2010; World Bank, 2006).
Teleuse on a shoestring: Poverty reduction through telecom access at the "bottom of the pyramid." Centre for Poverty Analysis Annual Symposium on Poverty Research in Sri Lanka, Colombo.