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utilization of oki for sustainable development

Posted on June 15 2004 by m.i.zuberi in reponse to IMS and OKI, the wire and the socket

Dear Madams/Sirs,

I am a university teacher from Bangladesh; I wonder whether the OKI has anything to do with knowledge/information sharing for sustainable development. As I see and understand, there are so many complex issues and it is so difficult to do something in the 'real world' that the less-developed countries are not advencing towards 'sustainable development'. Knowledge, information and awareness are key inputs here and may be OKI can be of use !


M.I.Zuberi, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh

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