Philippines is 95th in UN e-Government Survey 2014

QUEZON CITY, Philippines -- In the recent e-Government survey of the United Nations among its 193 member countries, South Korea ranked number 1 with best initiatives specifically on online public service delivery, e-participation of its contituents, collaborative governance, mobile delivery, digital inclusion and open government data.

Philippines is not lagging behind as it ranked 95th among these countries worldwide with best e-government initiatives and 54th in terms of citizen participation.

We are proud to note that in terms of e-extension initiatives for agriculture and fisheries, Philippines is among the top 10 countries in the world doing electronic extension. Today, we just have reached 20,000 registered users at the e-learning portal since it was launched in December 2007.

Among these registered users, a total of 15,192 users have enrolled in the e-learning courses offered on various agriculture and fishery technologies, where 70% of them have completed their courses. To date, there are a total of 38 courses being offered at the e-learning portal and more courses will be uploaded soon.

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