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Communication is so important in development. We need to communicate well to share ideas and learning, to keep up to date with good practice, and to support and encourage each other.

There are many other ways to communicate apart from writing. In oral cultures, visual images, stories, songs and role-play can be very effective ways of passing on information. Technologies such as mobile phones, computers and television can also be used to share information and provide new opportunities and access to information for remote communities.

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