E World Forum 2011 - Curtain Raiser

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The eWorld Forum 2011 will be convened in India at The Ashok, New Delhi on 1-3 August 2011. It will be a two day international conference and exhibition followed by awards to facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships and networking among the governments, industry, academia and civil society organisations of different countries including the host country- India. The intensive two days will be packed with workshops, exhibitions by stakeholders from the ICT industry and thematic sessions centered on the following tracks –eGov and eHealth.

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E World Forum 2011 - Curtain Raiser

  1. 1. 45 Countries<br />1000 Delegates<br /> Speakers<br />100 ICT Solution Providers <br />A Curtain Raiser<br />Dr. Ravi Gupta <br />
  2. 2. About eWorld Forum<br />The Need<br />India has become a major hub for ICT Innovations. <br />There is a felt global need amongst the emerging countries across the globe to learn from the Indian experiences. <br />At the same time India has always been an assimilating nation always ready to learn from the best experiences all over. <br />eWorld Forum 2011 intends to cater to these needs.<br />
  3. 3. About eWorld Forum<br />Objective<br />To explore the diverse opportunities to integrate ICT in different spheres of life.<br />To enable the experts to share their knowledge, ideas and best practices as well as provide powerful resources to improve skills and quality in ICT in governance and health arenas.<br />
  4. 4. About eWorld Forum<br />The Event<br />A 3 day international conference cum exhibition during 1-3 August at New Delhi to facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships and networking amongst<br />the government, <br />industry, <br />academia & <br />Civil society organizations of different countries. <br />
  5. 5. About eWorld Forum<br />Event Tracks<br />eGovernance<br />eHealth<br />eAgriculture<br />Telecenters<br />Municipal IT<br />
  6. 6. About eWorld Forum<br />Salient Features<br />Awards honoring the innovative ICT initiatives in governance & healthcare <br />Workshops on various pressing & pertinent themes in the area of ICT for development<br />Exhibitions showcasing the innovative ICT products & services developed by various stakeholders from across the globe<br />
  7. 7. About eWorld Forum<br />Expanse & Outreach <br />More than 45 countries <br />More than 1000 delegates<br />More than 200 speakers from all across the <br />More than 100 ICT Solution Providers <br />
  8. 8. About eWorld Forum<br />Key Speakers<br />NaimurRahman,Director, One World South Asia<br />R S Sharma, Director General, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Government of India<br />Brendan Doyle, Head of Institutional Relations Line, Center for Information Technology & Communication<br />Sharda Prasad, Joint Secretary and Director General Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India<br />SherifTokali, Assistant Resident/ Representative, Poverty Reduction, MDGs & Private Sector Team Leader, UN Development Programme, Egypt<br />Prof Kamolrat, Director, Thai Telecentre.org<br />
  9. 9. About eWorld Forum<br />The Audience<br />Ministers of different countries from all over the world<br />Top officials of various Government Departments from India and abroad<br />CIOs, CTOs of various e-governance initiatives <br />Senior Officials from bilateral and multilateral agencies<br />Representatives from NGOs and civil society organizations<br />ICT entrepreneurs, Industry representatives and experts<br />
  10. 10. About eWorld Forum<br />Join us <br />to explore, benchmark & network <br />with the global fraternity <br />working in the domains of <br />e-governance and e-health<br />@ <br />The Ashok, New DelhiAugust 1st – 3rd , 2011<br />

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