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Union Digital Centre

 

On 11 November 2010, Union Digital Centres (UDC) was established in all Unions of Bangladesh (4501 in total) to take the Information Technology to all the citizens including the villagers. These centres are currently the IT hub for agriculture, education, healthcare, and various government and non-government commercial service delivery.

The achievement of UDC are:

4,516 Union Digital Centres (UDC) in 4,545 Unions
Total 9,032 entrepreneurs including 4,516 female entrepreneurs
Providing 40,000,000 services
32,000,000 birth registrations
Registration of 1,435,436 workers interested to work in Malaysia
BDT 1,280,000,000 of revenue
Mobile banking in 2,565 centres and BDT 96,600,000 transacted
Insurance benefit in 2,064 centres through Jiban Bima Corporation
446 villagers have provided BDT 3,675,000 of insurance premium so far
30,000 students and youths have had computer training
30,000 people have taken tele-medicine services so far
700,000 people have taken healthcare services through health camps.

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