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CoERI
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  • Malaysia
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Academic/research, Program/Project/Initiative
Organization
University Malaysia Sarawak
Job Title
Research Organization
About Me (biography or organization description)
The Centre of Excellence for Rural Informatics was established in January 2007 and is anchored at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology (FCSIT), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). It is set up based on the success of the e-Bario project. The e-Bario has demonstrated the innovative and participatory approach in deploying ICTs in the remote communities at Bario, Sarawak. Among the key activities, CoERI sets out to generate and disseminate knowledge that transforms and empowers communities to harness technologies and become a knowledge-based society.
Areas of Interest/Expertise and Types of Services Provided
Enabling technologies (includes telecommunication and alternative/renewable energy)

Information systems

Cohesiveness of communities and stakeholders

Individual and community transformation and empowerment

Knowledge-based value creation
Website
http://www.coeri.unimas.my
Phone
006082583659
Street Address
Kota Samarahan, Post code 94300
City (or closest town or municipality)
Kuching
Country
Malaysia
Region
Asia
Languages (in order of preference):
English

CoERI's Blog

Rethink on development: by Margaret Apau

SOMETIMES, money can’t make problems go away.

PARADISE: Isolated and remote, the Bario Highlands are the best testing ground for an ICT project.

PARADISE: Isolated and remote, the Bario Highlands are the best testing ground for an ICT project.

In 1971, the Norwegian government made a generous donation of $22 million to Kenya. The funding would go to building a fish-processing plant on Lake Turkana in the hope of providing the…

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