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Technology is an undisputed enabler of innovation. And in Africa, it has the potential to revolutionize development.
In particular, the explosion of mobile phones across the continent, coupled with the rise in development of mobile apps to meet the unique challenges faced by people in Africa, has the ability to bridge the many opportunity divides across the continent.
Take, for example, the farmer in rural Africa, once isolated, now able to access information via his mobile…Continue
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“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” – Albert Einstein
Marking Imagine Cup’s ten-year anniversary in 2012, Microsoft is celebrating the 1.4 million (and counting!) students who have participated in the world’s premier technology competition. By focusing on student-led solutions to the world’s toughest problems, Imagine Cup has brought to light some of the most…Continue
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The Africa Digital Schools Project “Badiliko” is being implemented by the British Council and Microsoft who are injecting about Sh84 million in cash, staff and in-kind resources like equipment, books, etc.
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To help accelerate the success of entrepreneurs and early stage startups across the African continent, we were proud to announce our support last month for the LIONS@FRICAinitiative in partnership with U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International…Continue
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FutureGov Forum Thailand kicked off on the 20th of June with 150 civil servants participating in the event at Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok.…
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Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) and Ministry of Communications and Information Technology…
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“For the past 60 years, our society has developed in many different areas to free the humanity from illness, warfare, poverty and ignorance. Despite such efforts, there are over a billion people in this world that are suffering from poverty and do not have the protection of their basic…Continue
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The government opened three Nenesala's(Knowledge Centres) in the north in Mankulam, Paranthan and Kilinochchi during the weekend.
Another 20 Nenesala's are to be established in various parts of the…Continue
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Following the successful completion of their training on the Essentials on CeC Management, ten out of the 230 Community…Continue
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Approximately 140 participants joined the first WebTech TURO series organized by the Technology…Continue
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NOWADAYS IT is well-known that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can give new opportunities for development to everybody.…
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Now is an important time in the development of the Rwanda information and communication technologies( ICTs) sector. ICTs were always a pivotal part of the Vision 2020, so to highlight their importance and facilitate their development, the government in 2000 launched the National ICT Plan (NICI I). The plan was formulated as taking place over four five year cycles. The first, from 2000 to 2005,…Continue
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Today’s world is shaped by availability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Because global economy is powered by technology, fueled by information and driven by knowledge. This rapid change demands a dynamic renovation in Bangladesh also. Government of Bangladesh declared a vision of Digital Bangladesh by 2021 to ensure services at peoples’ doorsteps. A total number of 4,501 UISCs (Union Information and Service Centres) have been established at…
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Brazil's Surui tribe fought the loggers and developers threatening their lands for years, but nothing worked until they went high-tech.
By Barbara Kantrowitz from…Continue
ICT Update is a bimonthly printed bulletin, a web magazine, and an accompanying email newsletter. It is published by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP–EU (CTA), based in the Netherlands. CTA has been very instrumental in supporting teklecentre work and activities as well as a number of telecentre networks in Africa. This months issue…Continue
Information and communication technologies have long promised to provide quality education, improve health care, allow open government, and solve environmental issues. To realize this potential and influence policy-making and program design, the Singapore Internet Research Centre, supported by IDRC, created an…Continue