One Dollar for Development' is based on no-cost software
technology transfer from developed to developing countries at the
symbolic price of one dollar. The potential of this 'not for profit'
initiative is its capacity to contribute to the reduction of digital
Without having to reinvest and at a fraction of the initial development costs, most of these applications could be easily duplicated, re-deployed and put in use in developing countries to support local innovation and technological development with far reaching impacts on the national economy in general and in the field of
governance in particular.
The ODFD initiative aims at making available at no cost e-Government applications owned by developed countries to developing countries
by encouraging the North-South and South-South cooperation as an effective contribution to development and as a means to share and
transfer good practices and technologies.
be transferred to the developing countries at a symbolic price of one
dollar (the price of the CD-ROM used to store the application).
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