This book was written at a time when the use of ICT by development organisations was becoming ubiquitous. It argues that rather than concentrating on the ever changing technologies, development organisations need to focus on the information they needed to work effectively and the relationships which underpin the necessary two-way communication which can generate the information needed. The book gives many examples of the way such information flows can underpin or hinder the main essential functions of a development organisation. It was first published in January 1999 but the second edition was updated and better designed.
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