Digital Economy and Trade
Technology is supporting and changing how we organize our governing systems, our economies, and our
cultures in unprecedented ways. There are several opportunities for partnerships and collaborations between countries and private sector stakeholders. Other opportunities exist for research and development, country to country mentoring-which will ensure that experiences are shared, and no country is left behind. Other opportunities include challenging the status quo and finding new ways to find solutions to old problems. This can lead to new business models and a growing ecosystem of new ventures. Opportunities also exist for creative models to build awareness and educate the general public. 
 WSIS Forum 2019 outcome report
Financing for the Development of ICTs
“We resolve to assist developing countries, LDCs and countries with economies in transition through the mobilization from all sources of financing, the provision of financial and technical assistance and by creating an environment conducive to technology transfer, consistent with the purposes of this Declaration and the Plan of Action”. Geneva Declaration of Principles, WSIS 2003.
Geneva Declaration of Principles, WSIS 2003, https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/docs/geneva/official/dop.html