intermediate technology


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intermediate technology

n
(Electronics) technology which combines sophisticated ideas with cheap and readily available materials, esp for use in developing countries
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The programme stems from Microsoft Unlimited Potential, which provides the foundation for teaching basic to intermediate technology skills in a hands-on manner and maximise its potential.
The program stems from Microsoft Unlimited Potential, which provides the foundation for teaching basic to intermediate technology skills in a hands-on manner and maximize its potential.
Visaka Hidellage, Sri Lankan Director of the non-governmental Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), points to the practical difficulties facing women: 'In our experience, it is very difficult for a poor woman to walk into a fancy looking commercial bank to get a loan'.
Micro-hydro Design Manual, A guide to small-scale water power schemes by Adam Harvey Intermediate Technology Publications, 1993)
Next, Table 3 focuses on the intermediate technology, h([x.
This excellent book is produced by ITDG Publishing, the publishing arm of the British-based Intermediate Technology Development Group.
Women's Voices, a project of the Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), purhcased used video equipment to record women's views on the issue of poverty.
All they needed was a bit of intermediate technology.
Impact of Small Enterprise Development, Intermediate Technology Publications, London.
London: Intermediate Technology Publications, 1996).
UK aid agency Intermediate Technology, for example, is currently involved in retraining Zambian copper mining engineers with years of experience who, after the rationalisation of their industry, come out of the mines and find their skills have little possibility of expression outside those mines.

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