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From planning to maintenance
ICT enables affordable metering and payment
Monitoring enables doubling energy efficiency
ICT tools assist in infrastructure build
New ways to manage energy consumption
Electrification programs with ICT
Individuals and organizations are empowered to monitor and manage their energy consumption.
Remotely controlled sources, meters and appliances enable
new business models
for energy services
Remote electronic payments and bills
Pay-as-you go energy services
energy plans
Monday, December 30, 2030
Vol XCIII, No. 311
8 billion people have access to modern energy services
2030 marks a milestone year in universal access to modern energy services. Not only people now can enjoy the social and economic benefits of using energy, but our total pollution has been controlled.
ICT has been a key contributor in achieving this goal, and now it is used in planning, billing, usage metering, distribution of subsidies, power flow management, and many other applications.
The full potential of energy systems has been achieved with ICT.
ICT identifies improvement opportunities
Improved accountability and identification
ICT Helps achieve SDGs
ICT as a tool for accountability
Connectivity in buildings enable 14% less electricity consumption
Interconnectivity and quality health care for all
ICT can ultimately create a learning culture that uses data to makes smart decision to continuously improve the health systems
between the different parts of the health system
to quality data for accountability and continuous improvement
exchange of data and best practices
in health interventions among countries and regions
Human-centered mHealth tools
to improve health outcomes
Interconnected national databases
– Civil registration, Electronic medical records
Increases quality
of the health care delivery in remote/rural areas thanks to telemedicine, HR management applications, connected CHW, etc.
Contributes to a
learning society
through the continuous inter-exchange of data
ICT provides unprecedented support in education systems
UNESCO’s Global action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development (2014) recognized the following as priority action areas:

a)Advancing Policy
b)Transforming Learning and Training Environments
c)Increasing capacities of Educators and Trainers
d)Empowering and Mobilizing Youth
e)Accelerating Local Community involvement

We are adding reinforcing Public-Private partnerships either as an independent outcome or and output of Advancing Policy
Improved efficiency and quality
Interconnected health systems
- Telemedicine:
Smartphones connecting CHW (Community Health Workers) in the rural areas: MVP example
Remote diagnostic / video streaming: Vidyo -technology allows video to be integrated into various telehealth platforms, networks and devices, at an easy-to-use, low price point.
- Electronic medical records: Singapore unified electronic medical redords
-Electronic Vital registries: Child Tracking System (MCTS) in India
-HR management ICT systems: Rwanda's mUbuzima which track CHW performance

ICT can reduce cost and increase tax collection
Better health budgets
Preventive policies based on ICT: disease surveillance, mobile preventive campaigns and treatment compliance to decrease the exponential augmentation of health care delivery
Improvement of tax collection mechanism through ICT: Tanzania case
Insurance through ICT systems: case study
Go paperless – eHealth systems: Croatia case 3.6% less health expenditure

Advancing Policy with ICT
Leverage Education as a key node for Access to Rich and On-Time Data AND monitor progress in 40% of the World's population (between age 0-24)
(How can I quantify a Value for this information?)
-Reducing Redundancy by Auto Populating Information
-Continuous Institutional Performance and Capacity Data
-Student and Teacher attendance
-Community satisfaction indexes

Reducing Dropouts and Opportunity Cost
(How can ICT be linked to removal of Opportunity Cost?)
-“Contextual, Self-System, and School Engagement variables influence dropping out from school”
-Identifying high-risk students based on continuous data

Public-Private partnerships? Should this section be added to advancing policy or kept independent as a new action area.
Transforming Learning and Training Environments with ICT
Increasing Capacities of Educators and Trainers
Enabling Support
(Can internships be associated with adding significant support to organizations? This would help build a case that this human capital adds significant value to organizations even as learners)
-Early childhood and K12 Education sector faces immense shortage of human resource in all levels

Access to Resources
-Freely available and open source resources for educators to create enriching learning experiences

Access to Remediation
-Leveraging social capital to suggest techniques and adding to the knowledge of what worked and what did not. Contextual Patterns may arise

Access to Analytic
-Analytic on student performance for targeted and iterative remediation
What is the Y axis of this graph? for scenario development
Shared Solar
Shared Wind
Reducing time and cost in energy infrastructure planning with Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
Ensuring that every dollar invested works towards achieving the goal
Revenue loss monitoring systems to reduce energy pilferage.
Energy subsidy delivery monitoring and enforcement to minimize leakage
Increasing consumer awareness and education in energy usage

Enhancing Pedagogy
(How to calculate the Cost of this approach?)
-Blended Learning based Experiential Learning Spaces for Higher Education addressing shortage of human resource in Early Childhood and K-12 schools through resident student teachers and on-site learning and training

Increasing Efficiency
-University Education would be a case on more efficient use of university infrastructure to reach out to more people

Strengthening Interactions
-Sharing best practices to build Communities of Learners
-Leveraging Social Capital in Online Communities
ICT as a tool to identify system constrains and root causes of specific health problems
Youth and Community Empowerment for Sustainability
Would you like us to quantify cost reduction or increased access or something else?
How would you like us to quantify it? Dollars, people, etc
Which baseline is being considered for this calculation? Developing world? A specific country?
Promoting Participation
-Participation in Policy making and decision making examples are Change.Org (Internet based Petitioning) and GramVaani (Cellphone based mobile radio which allows people to port comments on RSS feeds)

Skill training and Certification towards Employment
-Providing information on relevant skills, Learning opportunities for the skills, certification finally employment

Information on Support and systematic training
Is there a score or a benchmark to assess the current status of a country?

Can this be a way to simbolize ICT maturity?
ICT can reduce cost and increase tax collection
Better health budgets
QUESTION: which possible areas could be measured to show a decrease in the health budget given ICT to show the accelerated path towards achieving the goals? Could you mention 3 examples?

ICT serves as a backbone for an affordable financial infrastructure
ICT in its various forms such as computer and network, hardware and software, the internet, telephone, mobile phones, radio and television has been applied to offer various financial services.

One of the greatest advantages of using ICT technology to deliver services is that access can be cost effectively scaled once the infrastructure is in place.
ICT-led financial inclusion
Now they save their income and receive credit
Women empowerment with ICT tools
ICT is gender neutral and non-discriminatory and can help achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls through financial services
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