Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP)

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The MSP paradigm defined in the context of Mission 2007 or the Grameen Gyan Abhiyan, the Indian telecentre movement.
PPT Dated 2007

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Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP)

  1. 1. Multi-Stakeholder Partnership(MSP) The Mission 2007 Approach
  2. 2. WHY MSP?The Hypothesis Knowledge is as critical for holistic development of communities as access to material resources! ICTs can play an enabling role in accessing knowledge. For ICT enabled development, partnerships are indispensable.
  3. 3. What is MSP?The Definition MSPs are partnership between various sectors of the society, such as the Public, Private, CSO, Academia, Media, etc. Built on the premises of equality, transparency, accountability, mutual sharing of risks and benefits. Facilitating the use of ICTs for development.
  4. 4. Why not PPP or Multi-SectoralPartnerships? MSPs are unique! The partners are “stakeholders”! They have a stake or an interest in the issue area that the partnership is addressing; They are influenced by any decisions in the issue area; They can also influence decisions in the issue area! They represent a “coalition of the concerned”!
  5. 5. Distinguishing Characteristicsof M2007 MSP Aims to convert every Indian village into a knowledge centre. Mission as a “ Coalition of the Concerned” An evolving MSP partnership platform. MSP operating at various levels: village, state, national and even international! Based on the theory of “convergence”.
  6. 6. Mission 2007: Summary Matrix Intended Design Resources & Development Partners Parameters Competencies OutcomesPromoting rural 5Cs of Mission 2007: Civil Society Vision and charting thecommunities’ access to Organizations roadmap to achieve Missionknowledge through ICT • Connectivity objectivestools to enhancelivelihood opportunities • Content Government Appropriate ICT policythrough: Organizations enactments, regulations and • Coordination policy changes‘Reaching theunreached’ and ‘voicing • Care & Management Private Sector Provision of appropriate ICTthe voiceless’ tools, development of user- • Capacity building friendly software•Developing locallysuitable and user friendly International Funding Financial supportconnectivity Agencies•Transforming knowledge Media Publicity and ally toreceivers into knowledge outreachcreators Academia (18) like Research and development;Generation of need &• IGNOU, MIT, IIT, etc. distance learning programsdemand basedknowledge database Grassroots/Community creating knowledge database and operating village telecenters

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