Nominated projects for the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Project Prizes 2014 have been announced and voting is now open. A number of projects from the telecentre community made it to the shortlist. To read about and vote for these projects, check out the list…Continue
Nabil Eid, Telecentre.org Foundation’s Regional Community Coordinator (RCC) for Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has written a book in Arabic that highlights key Information and Communication Technology (ICT) topics that…Continue
A few years ago the telecentre in the Chertkiv Central Library (Chertkiv, Ukraine) opened the program Legal Compass. It was done under the umbrella of a larger program - Way to Success Via the Internet.
Since January 2012, retired citizens have been provided a lot of help regarding legal aid and other…Continue
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Bringing together smart young tech entrepreneurs from all over the Caribbean and let creativity do the magic, is one of the objectives of Digital Jam 3.0 “Caribbean edition” previously launched in the OECS in November, 2013 at the Dominica State College.
With the goal of contributing to job creation for Caribbean youth, Digital Jam 3.0 “Caribbean edition” is a regional…Continue
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The application of mobile solutions and integration of devices has cultivated results within key sectors like healthcare and agriculture in several countries on the continent, including Kenya and Uganda.
One startup firm from Uganda, access.mobile , aims to address the need for mobile solutions, support and service within what it describes as the underserved B2B tech sector in…Continue
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Louis Casambre, undersecretary of the Department of Science and Technology-Information and Communication Technology Office (DOST-ICT), said that they are planning to deploy TVWS technology in 100 sites in…Continue
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In a bid to enable the rural communities actively participate in the ICT transition in Rwanda, women in rural areas have been offered digital opportunities to improve their…Continue
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The Social Enterprise Awards are the national awards for Australian social enterprise.
The aim of the Awards is to increase awareness of the role and diversity of social enterprises in Australia by creating a long term, high profile event.
The Awards are run by Social Traders and will be awarded annually. The 2014 Award applications will…
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The campaign is a response to the growing demand for ICT-skilled professionals which is currently not met, despite high level of unemployment in Europe. It aims to raise…Continue
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In the Brazilian Amazon, environmentalists, scientists and politicians are facing one of the most difficult challenges of our time. If the earth's lungs collapse, the planet itself will collapse. This three-part series, The Fight for Amazonia, looks at the efforts being made to save the…Continue
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In November 2013, we signed a ground-breaking partnership agreement with the International Telecommunication…Continue
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It’s your turn to change the world, and the 2014 Google Science Fair (GSF) is your next chance to get started. Once again, National Geographic is helping to make this worldwide search for the next generation of great scientists a thrilling and enlightening reality. In year’s past these future explorers have tackled…Continue
What to wear in the Antarctica? How do other European countries celebrate Christmas? What is the difference between weather and climate? The reporters of Radijojo are discovering the answers and have created an immense library of podcasts, articles, videos and radio shows for their…Continue
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Mobile Learning Week is the flagship UNESCO conference on mobile technologies and education. Held annually, this event assembles a diverse group of stakeholders to share how affordable and widespread mobile technologies can advance Education for All goals.
The theme of Mobile Learning Week (MLW) 2014 is teachers.
Teachers are the pillars of…Continue
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You end up with an extremely useful resource for any nonprofit professional looking to improve donor retention rates. And we all know that improving retention rates is crucial to long term success, so much so that it might possibly be the single most important fundraising metric of them…Continue
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President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the inauguration of the Nenasala in the premises of the Pitigala Vidyatilake Mahapirivena. Pitigala Vidyatilake Mahapirivena Chief incumbent Venerable Yatadolamatte Mahinda Thero, and Senior National Resources Minister Piyasena Gamage are also in the picture.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa declared open the island's…Continue
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10 prototype courses for ASEAN Community e-Classroom (Con’t)
The Community e-Classroom Project under the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT), Information and Communication Technology Usage Promotion and Development Bureau…Continue
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This telecentre specializes in teaching seniors and people with disabilities. This audience is very motivated, because retired people do not want to fall behind youth. In addition, they…Continue
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Jordan, like many countries in MENA, suffers from a concentration of medical services in its large cities. Rural and remote areas often lack…Continue
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If your organisation has staff and volunteers in multiple locations, requires more flexible working styles, or needs to access data from various devices, cloud solutions like Microsoft Office 365 could be the right solution.
Eligible nonprofit and charitable organisations now receive free donated versions of Office 365 with the full capabilities and secure environment…Continue
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