As the world moves into an increasingly globalized knowledge-based society, organizations and governments need to share knowledge and information through knowledge networks. In this era of increasing competition, knowledge networking is an effective means of combining individuals' knowledge and skills in pursuit of personal and organizational goals. The key drivers' of knowledge networks are Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Space based Technologies. Telecentres and knowledge hubs are two important tool in transmitting vital information and services particularly to those communities who are deprived of having individual access to these mechanisms. The ‘Knowledge networks though ICT access points for disadvantage communities' is a United Nations Development Account (UNDA) Project which attempts to transform ICT access points into knowledge hubs of global knowledge networks. The project uses this mechanism to address the problem of fragmented and inadequately utilized knowledge for sustainable development .