- Provide the use of several Internet tools for community development: interactive services directories, neighbourhood 'learning exchanges', neighbourhood 'portals', and an issue-based online 'agora'.
- Integrate the project with a network of public Internet access sites, six in the first year, and ten or more in the second and third years, to increase community participation.
- Train residents in using Internet technology for community development purposes and to increase citizen participation.
- Implement a participatory evaluation process that will involve the community in the project.
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