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All Burma I.t. Student Union Charity Profile
ABITSF - The All Burma I.T Students’ Front was formed in 1998 inside Burma with former 1988 Generation Students and New Generation Students. ABITSF was reformed as ABITSU in December 2005, and currently includes more than 34 skilled I.T. personnel including Professionals and New Generation I.T Students in different areas in order to achieve our goals.
We believe that there are three basic infrastructures that need to be developed in the country after the democratization process in Burma. When we try to develop the country, we must have following Basic Infrastructures to catch up the other nations in our region.
It is very clear to see that under the Burmese Military Regime, the above three main infrastructures are getting worse and worse, insufficient day to day due to unqualified management and spending revenue on military purposes only. This also affects the country’s development sector and causes crisis such as inflation, lack of education, economic destruction, and little to no development, etc. After basic reforms in the Burmese govenment, these three Basic Infrastructures will be necessary to carry out an effective development process. During this process, we’ll need massive requirements in many sectors in order to develop the country — Human Resources, Skilled Personnel, Financial Aids, and Technologies. To equalize with other developing nations worldwide, we assume that a country that has good infrastructure could engage in the development process by using Information Technology and I.T skilled personnel.
In these millennium years, as Information and Communication Technology is quite important to every government organization and business communities to develop their activities locally and globally. To apply most effective Information Technology within the country for development purposes, we do believe that above three significant factors are necessary to be implemented.
We believe that under a new democratic government in Burma, the I.T sector that will be developed could grow very much, and not only to use as a tool for democracy but also for economic purposes that could increase the country revenue as well. Many developing nations around the world have been using Information Technology for different purposes such as in Education, Economy, Development, Tradition and Culture, etc.