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ICT Minister Wishes ITU A Happy 159 Birthday 

Information Communication Technologies minister Tatenda Mavetera  commemorates  the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day in Madziwa under the Digital for Sustainable Development which is the United Nations Specialized Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and she wished the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) a happy birthday.
  Mavetera said, “I wish ITU a very Happy 159th Birthday!  The ITU has been at the forefront of shaping the global telecommunication landscape for over a century and a half. Here is to many more years of driving innovation and connectivity for all”.
The WTISD aims to raise awareness about the importance of (ICTs) in bridging the digital divide and promoting the use of ICTs for social and economic development. It also highlights the role of the ITU in connecting the world and ensuring that all people have access to affordable, reliable, and secure communication networks.
“There are events, seminars, and workshops organized around the world to promote the benefits of ICT, discuss the emerging trends in telecommunication and information technology, and address the key challenges in the digital age”, she added.
The Ministry of ICT, Postal, and Courier Services is committed to promoting digital inclusion and closing the innovation gap. Through initiatives that support digital literacy, foster innovation, and promote access to affordable and reliable digital services, we are working to create an enabling environment for sustainable development through technology.
In promoting digital inclusion, Potraz has launched a community information centre for the Madziwa community to fulfill President Mnangagwa’s vision to leave no one and no place behind.
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