The Centre for Digital Transformation (CDT) was established at Tabadlab in 2019 as part of the organization’s efforts to ideate and problem solve for the economic and social opportunities that digital transformation offers to the South and Central Asia regions, particularly Pakistan.
The CDT’s primary objective is to engage with the challenges and opportunities of the digital age through robust research, engagement and persuasion.
Since its founding CDT has worked with clients and partners to inform and shape policy. Our inaugural publication, “Connecting Pakistan” seeks to initiate a dialogue about the impact of Covid-19 on connectivity in the country, and the opportunities for digital transformation it has created.
The road ahead for Pakistan’s digital future in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Low investment in digital health, gaps in health information systems, limited digital access and literacy and limited adoption of payment services are some of the key reasons for low levels of digital health adoption.
Digital Financial Services (DFS) are an alternative financial solution, providing access to quick credit, loans and micro/nano investment opportunities for the economically vulnerable and financially undocumented.
You can download the e-reader friendly version here. COVID-19: Driving the Future...