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Boateng Ebenezer
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Oct 8, 2012
Jan Herder left a comment for Boateng Ebenezer
"Hello Boateng--I hope you are well. I am hoping you will share your inventory document with me soon. All the best, Jan"
Sep 22, 2009
Jan Herder left a comment for Boateng Ebenezer
"Hello Boateng, I hope you are well. I wanted to inquire about your Inventory Project--how is it going? Are you making any headway? Fell free to contact me. I look forward to your response. Regards, Jan"
Jun 21, 2009
Partha Sarker left a comment for Boateng Ebenezer
"Hello Boateng, you wrote me something on sustaining your telecentre. Can you please post this as a question (as a discussion topic) in our HELP DESK group? Please see that on the left hand side. Best wishes, Partha"
Apr 16, 2009
Masahudu M. Marhey left a comment for Boateng Ebenezer
"Hi Boateng, This is salaga cic manager reaching you from salaga. I follow with keen interest about your publications, infact you are a good job for mother Ghana. I promise to comment on each of them soonest. If I may ask, can you send me the…"
Mar 30, 2009
Agbenyo John Stephen left a comment for Boateng Ebenezer
"Hi Boateng, Thanks for the comments. Yes, i am the same Stephen handling the wireless connectivity project in Salaga. Cheers!"
Jan 30, 2009
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"Hi Stephen, Thank you very for your Northern ICT4D Series, So you are the same Stephen handly IICD wireless project at salaga,.......?."
Jan 30, 2009
A.K.M Ganiul Zadid (জাদীদ) commented on Boateng Ebenezer's photo
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Business Process Outsourcing Workshop in the Telecentre

"hi Boateng Ebenezer, this type of workshop I always appreciated very much. It would be great if you can share more experiences on this workshop, like the contents, schedules, documents etc. I think which will help me to do such activities in my…"
Jan 29, 2009

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Telecentre
Organization
Rural Community Empowerment Centre
Job Title
I.T manage
About Me (biography or organization description)
Rural Communities Empowerment Center is a non-profit organization based in Ghana and a US registered charity dedicated to establishing one-stop-shop rural Community Resource Centers (CRCs) in Ghana. In the communities where they are established, the CRCs provide their users with four core services: library, information and communication technology (ICT), children’s facilities, and activities for women and adolescent girls’ empowerment programs. CRCs are created in partnership with local schools, have local champions and are managed by communities in areas where they are established.
Areas of Interest/Expertise and Types of Services Provided
Libraries
make available reading materials, a place to do school homework and receive mentoring in reading, writing, math and science. Teachers use the library resources to supplement their own teaching materials and to pursue their out- of class study needs.

ICT Programs
train children and teachers from primary grades through high school as well as adults in introduction to ICT to help break their isolation and make them competitive. Also being developed and implemented is the wireless node/access options to make Internet access available to thousands more rural people. www.wirelessghana.com

Children’s Programs (3-5 yrs)
provide a place for the community’s youngest members to read, explore, participate in educational and fun-filled activities, learn early what technology can do for them, and offer them the opportunity to learn and dream.

Women Programs
make available empowerment programs to develop or enhance skills for economic gains through ICT, communications skills training and tailoring. It is also a forum to articulate their specific needs.
Website
http://www.rcempowerment.org
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boa_eben@yahoo.com
boaeben@gmail.com
Phone
233 244 955 324
Street Address
P.O Box Ad79 Adukrom Akuapem
City (or closest town or municipality)
Accra
Country
Ghana
Region
Western Africa
Languages (in order of preference):
Eglish

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About my Community where Telecentre is Build

Is there a big problem with people fleeing the countryside to go live in the city in Ghana?





Yes, this is a fact of life. There are very few job opportunities in the villages and small towns. Most people are farmers or basic craftsmen (carpenters, masons, electricians). Many earn around a $1/day. Significantly higher wages and more modern job opportunities are a big attraction of a city like Accra, or even Kumasi.





What is the Apirede District like, structurally… Continue

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At 4:21am on September 22, 2009, Jan Herder said…
Hello Boateng--I hope you are well. I am hoping you will share your inventory document with me soon. All the best,
Jan
At 3:53am on June 21, 2009, Jan Herder said…
Hello Boateng, I hope you are well. I wanted to inquire about your Inventory Project--how is it going? Are you making any headway? Fell free to contact me. I look forward to your response.
Regards,
Jan
At 4:15am on April 16, 2009, Partha Sarker said…
Hello Boateng, you wrote me something on sustaining your telecentre. Can you please post this as a question (as a discussion topic) in our HELP DESK group? Please see that on the left hand side. Best wishes,

Partha
At 8:17pm on March 30, 2009, Masahudu M. Marhey said…
Hi Boateng,

This is salaga cic manager reaching you from salaga. I follow with keen interest about your publications, infact you are a good job for mother Ghana. I promise to comment on each of them soonest.
If I may ask, can you send me the technical details, probably the username and password of NADMO equipment mounted at the office in salaga? If your response is yes, please send them through this email maheybamba@yahoo.com
Thank you.
At 6:38pm on January 30, 2009, Agbenyo John Stephen said…
Hi Boateng,
Thanks for the comments. Yes, i am the same Stephen handling the wireless connectivity project in Salaga.
Cheers!
At 2:53pm on January 28, 2009, siti salwa ahmad said…
hi,

my job is more on system development and portal management regarding to the one of the ICT's Ministry of Rural and Regional Development project named "Medan Infodesa" or telecentre.
At 4:22pm on January 24, 2009, Anusha Raman said…
hi friend,
iam happy to read your profile.iam also very much interesting for social development and interest to create awarness in fundamental legal issues for women and farmers in India.(Especially Tamil Nadu). Because i belonging to Tamil nadu (India).i will share my views with you.
thanks&regards
anusha raman
At 11:56am on January 22, 2009, Jan Herder said…
Boateng, thank you for the pictures--they are wonderful! I am impressed with the order and focus of your students visiting the telecentre. Here are a couple of links to Creative Economy sites to help you understand where I am going with our discussion and the preparation of the inventory we mentioned.
http://www.creativeeconomy.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_industries
www.torc.on.ca/documents/08-152_CanadasCreativeEconomy.pdf

This last document is an excellent discussion about Canada's Creative Economy. Please forgive me I have been extremely busy and hope to have more time this weekend to discuss this process in more detail.
All the best,
Jan
At 7:16pm on January 21, 2009, Sandra Nassali said…
Hello Ebenezar, looked at the picture you are trying to up load on the site. They are great; however, they lack a description.

Could you please provide this so that the pics can be approved?

Thank you,

Sandra
At 12:34pm on January 20, 2009, Jan Herder said…
Hello Boateng, I am enjoying our chats and the idea of developing an incubator. I would value seeing some pictures of your Telecenters. I am sure this process and discussion would be of great interest to this network and we could all benefit from your work. I look forward to further collaboration and eagerly await your community inventory of local resources and ideas. Allow the process to take some time to be as inclusive as possible. All the best,
Jan
 
 
 

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