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TCF Chair is 2014 Global Hero

Dr. Akhtar Badshah, Chairman of Foundation (TCF), was named this year’s Global Heroby Global Washington (GlobalWA) in an announcement made last November 14. Awarding ceremonies will be held during the GlobalWA’s 6th Annual Conference to be held on December 3. READ MORE

TCA's  Entrepreneurship and ICTs course to open in Colombia, Chile and Ecuador this Nov

Telecentre Academy will be introducing the Entrepreneurship and ICT course to three Latin American countries namely Colombia, Chile, and Ecuador starting November. The upcoming launch of the course in these countries is being carried out in coordination with local organizations namely Colnodo, CDI Chile and Fundapi. READ MORE

Telecentre Women program wins GEM-Tech Award for bridging ICT gender gap

The Telecentre Women (TCW) Program – a global, multi-stakeholder initiative of Foundation (TCF) geared towards bridging the gender gap in ICT by empowering disadvantaged and underserved community women with ICT access, knowledge and skills and expanding their opportunities for better lives – won the Gender Equality and Maintstreaming - Technology Award under the Closing the ICT Gender Gap category. READ MORE

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ICTs and Development in a Post-2015 World

Three online papers, with linked educators’ guides, analyse ICTs and international development in a post-2015 world:


ICT4D2016: analyses how ICT4D policy and practice need to change to address post-2015 priorities.


In 2016, the Millennium Development Goals will be replaced by the post-2015 development agenda (PTDA). The foundational content is in place for this new agenda, which will be the single most-important force shaping the future of international development and, hence, the single most-important force shaping the future of information-and-communication-technology-for-development (ICT4D). In planning prospective…


Posted by Nabil Eid on November 15, 2014 at 6:36pm

Mediateka - Library of Unlimited Opportunities

Less than three years ago Lviv City Council, Lviv, Ukraine along with staff of Lesya Ukrainka city library proposed an ambitious project to transform a dust-filled building of ordinary library, one of dozens in the city of western-Ukrainian cultural forefront, into a modern community center with almost unlimited possibilities for everyone. On Monday, October 20th a festive ceremony invited Lviv city dwellers to have a taste of new services.

“Unpleasant grey building that nobody wants to visit, without proper light, filled with old books - that might be an image most of us would have about a library. Our mission is to fundamentally change this perception. Now when a person enters Mediateka all the modern things are within an easy reach of every person, ranging from wise old books to modern computer…


Posted by Yuliya Melnyk on November 17, 2014 at 5:30am

Ghana drops import tax on smartphones following advocacy by A4AI-Ghana Coalition

Less than a year after starting work in Ghana, the A4AI-Ghana Multi-stakeholder Coalition has notched up its first big win after the Government committed to abolish import duties on smartphones. This step — confirmed in the 2015 Budgetpresented this week — was a key recommendation developed by the A4AI-Ghana Coalition and the subject of intense advocacy.

 Efforts to remove this duty were driven by the A4AI Ghana Coalition Working Group on Taxation, led by Kwaku Saakyi-Addo, CEO of Telecoms Chamber. The elimination of the 20% import duty will reduce the cost of handsets in Ghana — where taxes make up approximately 35% of the cost of a…


Posted by Seu Yapa on November 22, 2014 at 12:09am

Ladybug: a project to maximize women’s participation in tech

Ladybug (“Kafshdoozak” in Persian) is a project that seeks to encourage, empower and prepare a generation of Iranian women who will be enthusiastic about and active in different technological fields. It delivers this mission through the following steps:


To inform men and women of the gender gap that exists in the tech field, Ladybug publishes articles and interviews on a regular basis. By highlighting the achievements of successful women in spite of this gap, Iranian women will have role-models to look up to.


Members in Ladybug Club are provided with online courses on a variety of tech-related subjects. Ladybug also host workshops to train women with…


Posted by Seu Yapa on November 20, 2014 at 2:35am


Flavor of the Month of November: "How has TCF helped you or your organization in the last 5 years?” 13 Replies

Dear member,As Foundation (TCF) will be celebrating its 5th Anniversary this November, we would love to hear from you particularly on how TCF has helped you or your organization in the last 5 years.  We kindly request that you share with us what were the initiatives that have benefited you the most. We…Continue

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Started by Seu Yapa in Flavor of the Month. Last reply by Seu Yapa 15 hours ago.



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