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July 2007 Blog Posts (6)

"Need to integrate the telecentre within the socio-economic value chain of the villages"

The visiting telecentre leaders' team from Rwanda was enlightened about different issues related to telecentre sustainability by K Balasubramanian, a development catalyst working at MSSRF with Mission 2007 Secretariat. While commenting on different aspects of telecentres, Bala considered development largely as a process oriented activity, therfore, the telecentres should be, ideally, integrated with ongoing development processes to optimise their relevance. A telecentre should never be imposed… Continue

Added by Shipra Sharma on July 25, 2007 at 4:00pm — No Comments

The Goodness of Technology Sidelines Rural Communities

The goodness of fast track open source is aimed at technological excellence but in other hand they sideline rural communities with technical and interfaces complexities, bandwidth heavyness and langauge issues. Although made multilingual in interfaces, but doesnot address local language issues in input and content. This makes marginalized rural communities being side lined from content main stream.



As community ICT enthusiasts, designers, policy makers, We need to be recreating our… Continue

Added by Niranjan Meegammana on July 15, 2007 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Shilpa Sayura Community ICT Project Video Released

This 6m video on Shilpa Sayura is produced inhouse with our own resources. You need utube to view this.

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Added by Niranjan Meegammana on July 15, 2007 at 5:30pm — No Comments

New Map Highlights Countries Where Easier to Operate Your Business

Check out this new map showing the ease (or difficulty) of running a business around the world. The map color codes 175 countries: green for easy, yellow for moderate, and red for difficult. Countries that have an additional green star are among the top 10 reformers in 2007. Data comes from the World Bank Group's Doing Business project, which aims to provide objective… Continue

Added by Christine Prefontaine on July 13, 2007 at 12:00am — No Comments

Information at your finger tips

ICTs, Training help children to access information world "Information at your finger tips"

ICTs, under the motto "Information at your finger tips", is a promising programme that would work as bridge for children in (SCT) Salamieh Community Telecentre, to communicate with other children in the world.It helps enriching them with necessary knowledge station and sense of creativity . It is by far, a way to materialize their dreams and enables them… Continue

Added by Nabil Eid on July 9, 2007 at 10:30am — No Comments

Telling the Untold: Special Report from the Third East Africa Telecentre Leaders Forum

“It is amazing how much information generated by our telecentres remains untold,” marveled Esther Nasikye, reflecting back on the Third East African Telecentre Leaders Forum, held from June 4 to 6, 2007, in Siaya, Kenya. “The small successes that make a difference are never shared. But at face-to-face events like this Forum you realize that everybody wants to tell their story. This is why knowledge-sharing sessions are important.”



Esther is a… Continue

Added by telecentre.org on July 9, 2007 at 3:00am — No Comments

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