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Néstor Navarro

Néstor Navarro

Director, Investment Fund for Telecommunications and Information Technologies (FITT), Honduras

Néstor Navarro is Director of the Technical Unit of the Investment Fund of Telecommunications and Information Technology and Communication (FITT).

Through the Public Private Partnership model, FITT works on structuring processes, designs, financing, development and operation for the implementation of projects that reduce the digital divide and exploit technological skills; Mainly facilitating the access and universal service to telecommunications for those rural, urban-marginal, or sub-served regions of the national territory, developing strategies that contribute to the implementation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

Mr Navarro, an Electrical Engineer, graduated with a Master in Big Data and Business Intelligence from the Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain.

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