Think tank proposes five strategies to resolve Sabah's digital poverty
Published on: Tuesday, December 01, 2020
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Kota Kinabalu: Independent think tank, Emir Research, has recommended that the Sabah Government adopt a five-strategy policy to resolve digital poverty in the State.

Its Research Analyst Amanda Yeo said the policy involved expanding the fibre optic networks, collaborating with the authorities, working closely with schools, encouraging private investment and strategising with the industry players.

“Therefore, the State Government needs to use its newly established Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry that has replaced the Education and Innovation Ministry in the previous state administration to resolve digital poverty in Sabah,” she said in a statement Monday.


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