This webinar will feature the study titled “Expanded Data Analysis and Policy Research for National ICT Household Survey 2019” authored by PIDS Senior Research Fellows Jose Ramon G. Albert and Francis Mark A. Quimba, Research Fellow Aubrey D. Tabuga, Consultant Mary Grace Mirandilla-Santos, Supervising Research Specialist Maureen Ane D. Rosellon, Research Specialist Jana Flor V. Vizmanos, Research Analyst Mika S. Muñoz, and former Research Analyst Carlos C. Cabaero.

It analyzed the results of the 2019 National ICT Household Survey to help the government develop and evaluate policies and strategies on information and communications technology (ICT), including measures to address issues such as the digital divide. Moreover, the study looked into ICT access and use in relation to living conditions and livelihood of households, skills of individuals (particularly in mobile telephony and internet), and the sharing of equipment within a household, all of which can provide clues on the potential impact of increased ICT adoption in the country.

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Expanded Data Analysis and Policy Research for National ICT Household Survey 2019 presented by Dr. Jose Ramon Albert, Senior Research Fellow, Philippine Institute for Development Studies

Bridging the Digital Divide: Insights on the NICTHS 2019 PIDS Discussion Paper presented by Dr. Rogel Mari Sese, Chairperson, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Ateneo de Davao University and Project Lead of ACCESS Mindanao

Reaction of Mr. Joel Luis Dabao, President, Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association, Inc.

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