In this issue: #GOW12: Telecentres reach 200.ooo Europeans – #GOW12 video – Skillage: young Europeans 60% ready to be hired – Recruitment at Telecentre-Europe AISBL - News from our stakeholders: European Commission & Telecentre.org Foundation…
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PC caravan under the ‘Amazing PC’ campaign will leave Bangkok next week and travel to over 400 destinations countrywide delivering IT knowledge and increasing computer literacy in rural communities.
From April 19 to December, a caravan of seven trucks, each equipped with about twenty desktop and notebook computers,…Continue
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They will be collaborating to establish the School Technology Innovation Centre in Nairobi – a model that has been promoted in other countries…Continue
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The last few posts based on the User Profiles working paper considered the “access” dimensions of public access venues – where people access computers and the Internet and why they go to public access…Continue
European operators meeting at a joint International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association (ETNO) event have agreed that upcoming revisions to the treaty that governs international telecommunications should act as a positive catalyst for the future development of ICT, to benefit all…Continue
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Nigeria’s ICT industry has embraced the international Girls in ICT Day, in a bid to get more girls to enter the ICT sector.
In 2010, ITU members agreed to recognize Girls in ICT Days on the 4th Thursday of every April. The event will be marked next week 26 April, when ICT organizations are encouraged to stage events exposing girls to the…Continue
Botswana’s goal of getting its citizens ICT-wise by 2016 might be realised, thanks to efforts by Botswana ICT stakeholders. Earlier reports of sparse ICT penetration, especially in the remote areas, can no longer reign supreme as ICT penetration improves.
A recent …Continue
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More than 100 tips were received last March 2012, when we launched our Telewise Tip Contest. We asked community…Continue
The Rwanda Telecentre Network(RTN) has signed a contract with Rwanda Development Board (RDB) for the management and provision of Business development services centres (BDC) formally known as Community Multipurpose Telecentres(MTC) located in the Northern Province of Rwanda.
In 2006, the government of Rwanda…
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What is International Girls in ICT Day?
International Girls’ in ICT Day is an initiative backed by ITU Member States in Plenipotentiary Resolution 70 (Guadalajara, 2010) to create a global environment that empowers and encourages girls and…Continue
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GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIP FOUNDATION
Mobile4D Applications for Impact and Sustainability
A Mobile4D Application Generator and Implementation Initiative
Organizer: Global Knowledge Partnership…
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1. The Managing Director will lead the organisation into a leading position across Europe. S/he will shape the direction and working practices of the organisation, setting in place a culture of innovation and…Continue
The Government of Rwanda officially launched the Rwanda Innovation Endowment Fund (RIEF) to fund research and development in innovative market oriented processes and products in partnership with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and One UN Rwanda.
The RIEF launching ceremony was attended by representatives…Continue
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Between 26 and 30 March 2012, more than 10.000 telecentres in 50 countries supported over 200.000 people in their online journeys.
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Four years ago, when Daniel Chiwinga and Kondwani Chimatiro met in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) lecture room at Mzuzu University, in the northern part of Malawi, they had no idea that they would be starting a journey that could turn into their life's work.
The two young men, one from Kasungu and another from Lilongwe in the central…Continue
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The last two posts on findings from the User Profile paper described that many people only have access to computers and particularly the Internet at public access ICT venues. Public access ICT venues also provide many with their first opportunity to gain experience with computers and the Internet. However, as displayed in the last post, there are public access ICT venue users that do indeed have…Continue
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By Edith Mwale, Lusaka, Zambia
Microsoft Corporation intends to open an office in Zambia, a move that is expected to help reduce the cost of computer software in the country.
Microsoft vice president Ali Faramawy who is visiting Zambia, said having representation in Zambia would help to significantly reduce the…
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Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Mohamed Salem, and his Ugandan counterpart, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, have signed a framework agreement on ICT collaboration between Egypt and Uganda.
The agreement comes within the framework of the implementation of the international cooperation section…
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