WSIS Stocktaking Success Stories 2016
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WSIS Stocktaking Success Stories 2016

International Telecommunication Union World Summit on the Information Society WSIS Stocktaking Process

Each year, on the occasion of the WSIS Forum, 18 WSIS stakeholders are awarded WSIS Prizes, as a unique mark of global recognition for excellence in the implementation of WSIS outcomes. To this end, 18 projects are selected as the most successful stories worldwide, under each category, to serve as best-practice models to be replicated by other stakeholders interested in information and communication technologies (ICTs) for development. These projects brilliantly demonstrate how established Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be realized in concrete actions and inspire other stakeholders all over the world to follow their success. This report highlights 18 winning projects of the WSIS Prizes 2016 contest that provides a platform for identification and showcasing success stories across the WSIS Action Lines defined in the Geneva Plan of Action. Then WSIS Prizes honour outstanding projects that leverage the power of information and communication technology to accelerate achievement of sustainable development goals.

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The President of the Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) is the national regulatory authority for the telecommunication and postal services market in Poland. The President of the UKE is also the specialized authority in the area of equipment conformity assessment, including telecommunication terminal equipment and radio equipment.