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Introducing computers into development programmes: some problems and suggested solutions

, : Introducing computers into development programmes: some problems and suggested solutions. Development in Practice: An Oxfam Journal 3(1): 36-43

This article examines the use of computers in health programmes in developing countries. It looks at the policies of the international aid agencies in the selection of computer equipment: and also considers what training is given, what training is available, and the level of skills possessed by project staff. The quality of support in hardware and software is also examined.

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Accession: 002416343

DOI: 10.1080/096145249100076931

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