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[Prishtina-l] Prishtina National Library will receive aid

Nderim Kamberi nderim78 at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 16 16:32:04 EST 1999


vec ju me me tregu qysh me u bo billionere. Une jam hazer...

nderimi


>From: Sander Sinishtaj <ssander at ans.net>
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>Etrit,
>
>besoj se shume me vend eshte ky koment. mirepo duhet ta kuptojme, se po te
>njejtit investues duhet te kene njefare lidhje me Irlanden si kulturore
>ashtu edhe linguistike.  Besoj se e njejta do te ishte e mundshme per
>Kosoven kur i njejti 'scenario' mund te persritej edhe ne komunitetin
>tone.  Pra te kemi bilionere!
>
>tung
>
>- Sander
>
>
>On Tue, 16 Nov 1999, Etrit Bardhi wrote:
>
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> >
> > Lajm jashtezakonisht i mire.   Duhet shfrytezuar kete rast kur gjithe 
>keto
> > kompani i dergojne perfaqesuesit e vet ne Kosove t'u tregojme se kemi
> > studente dhe potencial qe t'a shendrojme Kosoven ne nje hi-tech
> > oasis...  Shikoni se si Irlanda me punetoret e lire dhe te edukuar u
> > shendrua ne shtetin me me se shumti kompani teknologjike ne Komunitetin
> > Evropian (Intel, Microsoft, Dell kane hapur fabrika dhe perfaqesi ne
> > Irlande).  Keshtu nese jemi te afte, keto kompani mund ta perdorin 
>Kosoven
> > per te hapur perfaqesite per tere Ballkanin, pasi qe kane hesap
> > shfrytezimin e punetoreve te lire (cheap labor).  Me kalimin e kohes
> > behemi punetore te shtrenjte... ;-)
> >
> > Etriti.
> >
> > 
>http://www.usia.gov/cgi-bin/washfile/display.pl?p=/products/washfile/latest&f=99
> > 111208.wlt&t=/products/washfile/newsitem.shtml
> >
> > 12 November 1999
> >
> > Text: First Internet Information Center Opening in Kosovo
> >
> > (Private\public partnership to provide access, training)  (810)
> >
> > The first of seven Internet information centers in Kosovo is scheduled
> > to open this week in Ferizaj "and will serve as a technology and media
> > training facility, providing Kosovars with free Internet access,"
> > according to a State Department announcement November 12.
> >      Several private firms teamed up in a private/public partnership
> > with the State Department, the International Organization for Migration,
> > and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to establish
> > the centers.
> >      The Kosovo Information Assistance Initiative will be headquartered
> > in the Pristina National and University Library. There will be six
> > regional centers: in Ferizaj, Gjakova, Prizren, Peje, Gjilan, and
> > Mitrovica.
> >
> > Following is the text of the notice to the press:
> >
> > (begin text)
> >
> > U.S. Department of State
> > Office of the Spokesman
> > Press Statement
> >
> > Notice to the Press
> > November 12, 1999
> >
> > THE FIRST INTERNET INFORMATION ASSISTANCE CENTER TO OPEN THIS WEEK IN
> > FERIZAJ, KOSOVO
> >
> > The U.S. Department of State Office of International Information
> > Programs, the International Organization for Migration and USAID's
> > Office of Transition Initiatives have formed an innovative
> > public/private partnership to establish seven Internet information
> > centers in Kosovo. The first of the seven centers is scheduled to open
> > this week in Ferizaj and will serve as a technology and media training
> > facility, providing Kosovars with free Internet access.
> >      The initial phase of the project will focus on the construction of
> > the centers, hiring and training of local staff, and establishment of
> > local and wide area networks to provide internet connectivity. The
> > Kosovo Information Assistance Initiative will be headquartered in the
> > Pristina National and University Library in downtown Pristina. There
> > will be six regional centers established in the cities of Ferizaj,
> > Gjakova, Prizren, Peje, Gjilan, and Mitrovica. All of the centers are
> > centrally located and open to the general public.
> >      The Pristina National and University Library will be transformed
> > into a state-of-the-art technology and information center. The center
> > will include a "virtual" on-line library, US$1 million in book
> > donations, a special children's learning center, a cyber-cafe and
> > several other community information projects. The goal of this effort in
> > Kosovo is to establish Pristina, with its National and University
> > Library, as the "Information Center" in Kosovo - a lively environment
> > where all Kosovars can come to learn about their history, prepare for
> > their future, surf the net and develop the necessary skills to rebuild
> > civil society.
> >      The Director of the Pristina National and University Library, Mr.
> > Mehmet Gerguri, will be visiting the United States at the end of
> > November as part of the U.S. Department of State International Visitors
> > Program. While in the U.S., Mr. Gerguri will learn about community
> > programming as he visits some of the country's most renowned public
> > libraries in Washington, D.C., Chicago and New York. He will receive
> > instruction from technologists and specialists in the field of Library
> > Sciences and observe the latest in preservation techniques.
> >      As the project progresses, each regional center will be able to
> > develop and implement its own unique programs tailored to meet the
> > specific needs of each community. Through the State Department's Global
> > Technology Corps, the Office of International Information Programs will
> > continue to support the centers by providing government and
> > private-sector speakers who will conduct seminars and interactive
> > training in areas such as: computer-based languages and applications,
> > journalism, media and e-commerce.
> >      The organizations taking the lead in this partnership include Adobe
> > Systems, Inc., Apple Computer, Inc., Autometric, Inc., The Brother's
> > Brother Foundation, Canon Computer Systems, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc.,
> > The David Sarnoff Corporation, The Document Company Xerox, Gateway and
> > the Waitt Family Foundation, Hewlett-Packard Company, IDG Books
> > Worldwide, Inc., The Internet Society, 3M, The Markle Foundation,
> > MVS/USA, Northwest Airlines, REAL Software, Riso, Inc., RPO Vienna
> > (STATE), The Sabre Foundation, Inc., Scholastic Inc., Silicon Graphics,
> > Inc., State Department Educational and Cultural Affairs and Surf Watch
> > Software. This partnership will deliver hardware, software,
> > connectivity, technical assistance, training and financial support. The
> > contributions from the private sector highlight the important role that
> > U.S. companies can play in the reconstruction of Kosovo.
> >      "Bringing modern technology to Kosovo through the Kosovo
> > Information Assistance Initiative is one of the great ways that the
> > information technology community can help the relief effort. This
> > public/private partnership is an important step forward in our effort to
> > help the Kosovars," said Gateway Chairman and CEO Ted Waitt.
> >      Journalists interested in further information on the Kosovo
> > Information Assistance Initiative should contact one of the following
> > individuals:
> >
> > -- Mary Thomas, Office of Press Outreach, thomasm at panet.us-state.gov
> > (202) 647-3455
> >
> > -- Nancy Ozeas, Office of International Information Programs,
> > nozeas at usia.gov (202) 619-6340
> >
> > (end text)
> >
> > (Distributed by the Office of International Information Programs, U.S.
> > Department of State)
> >
> >
> >
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