Mapping information systems and services in Uganda: an overview
Ikoja-Odongo, J. Robert
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This paper aims at defining and mapping the information sector in Uganda with regard to general awareness and comparative studies. It is written from the sociological perspective and is based on a review of literature, a survey of advertisements, guidelines for mapping the information sector of other countries and on the author's experience. Restrictions that hamper this sector's growth are outlined together with the government's aspirations for improvement. The article represents a rare attempt at mapping the information sector in Uganda for the purpose of wide information dissemination.
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