ICT and Governance in the developing world

On my most recent visit to Uganda ( December 2009) I attended an ICT exhibition and learned that Uganda’s Judiciary is promoting the use of ICT to deliver what they call a fair and just judiciary.

Whilst at another conference I learned that work was under way to introduce something called an e-government as away of enabling more citizen participation.

Given that more than three quarters of the population in Uganda are excluded from ICT I did wonder how all this would be achieved.

My question therefore is

How do you use ICT to ensure a fair and accessible system of governance in a developing country where more than three quarters of the population do not have access to a computer?

Have you got a view?

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