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Increasingly, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are being employed to share, generate and analyze information. In response to their decreasing cost, an increase in accessibility, and an increase in the adoption of modern ICTs across the globe, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in developing countries are not only welcoming these technologies into their communities, but are using them to connect to resources outside their communities. On the lowest rung of a country's organizational ladder, are grass-root NGOs; these small organizations are often the life line for isolated communities, and it is through them, developing countries are making progress - both economically and socially, towards advancing a country's development.
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