Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani chaired 25th meeting of Board of Directors of Universal Service Fund (USF) as Minister-Information Technology, at Prime Minister’s House this morning.
The meeting approved projects budget of Rs.9.9 billion for Financial Year 2001-12…Continue
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The Social Entrepreneurship/Business Development and Proposal Writing Workshop continued in earnest today at the Miamis Riverside Hotel, Isinya, Kenya, and the telecentres managers continued to learn the various strategies involved in venturing in business related activities. The workshop was taken through developing good business plans, market planning and organizational plan. Later in the afternoon Enock Chiteri from Ugunja Community Resource Centre facilitated a topic on mapping by use of…Continue
The Social Entrepreneurship/Business Development and Proposal Writing Workshop organized by Kenya Telecentres Network (KenTel) got underway today (28th September, 2011) at the Miamis Riverside Hotel, Isinya town in Kajiado County. The workshop was organized in partnership with CTA and will run through to 1st October. The workshop brought together various managers from 20 telecentres across Kenya.
The purpose of the workshop is to equip the telecentre managers with entrepreneurial…Continue
INNOVAR, the first webinar in the eSpeak series of webinars, was hosted successfully by the Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) Telecentre Network last September 14, 2011. INNOVAR, which translates into English as INNOVATE, focused on the topic of identifying community needs for the creation of new services. It was organized by the Network of Networks of Telecentres operating in Latin America and the Caribbean region and was facilitated by Andrea Rojas, a Planning and Social Development…Continue
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When The Union Information Centre starts it has saved both time and cost of the villagers. Tension of the local people has been decreasad at the same time . The people get multiple services form this centre.
They are getting now form this centre information about agriculture and health, E-mail services, photo state, urgent photos, services of compocing, video conversation,computer training, mobile servicing, results of public examinations, circular of jobs, visa and pass poet form…Continue
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This year and for the first time, Telecentre-Europe and its partner Microsoft are launching the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2011, an ideal opportunity to recognize European telecentre people behind the scenes and to celebrate outstanding digital inclusion efforts and achievements of our telecentre community during our…Continue
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Invitation to Participate in an Online Discussion Group on User/Community Participation in ICT-for-Development (ICT4D) Project
Melbourne, September 2011
7th Knowledge Exchange Conference on CeCs
“Self-reliant CeCs for self-reliant…Continue
August 31, Mar del Plata, Argentina. The Telecentre Women: Digital Literacy Campaign received a resounding expression of support on August 31 as it was presented during the XIX Meeting of Organizations and/or Agencies to Promote Telecommunications/ICT Development. Telecentre.org Foundation Board Member Jose Avando Sales, who was in attendance at the meeting, presented the campaign to the audience. "For me it was a great honor to be a representative of the Telecentre.org Foundation in this…Continue
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Government of Bangladesh declared a vision of Digital Bangladesh by 2021 to ensure services at peoples’ doorsteps. A total number of 4,501 Union Information & Services Centres (UISCs) have been established at all Union Parishads, all of them inaugurated simultaneously on 11th November, 2010 by Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh and UNDP’s administrator & former Prime Minister of New Zealand Ms Helen Clark in order to translate the dream of ‘Digital Bangladesh’…Continue
Telecentres main agenda is to provide knowledge and information to communities they serve, be it on agriculture, health, education, entertainment, indigenous knowledge or any other piece of interest to the community. Telecentres therefore need to act as knowledge hubs where anyone walking in can get information they need.
One Telecentre in western Kenya (…Continue
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The Latin America and Caribbean Telecentre Network (LAC), in partnership with Telecentre.org Foundation and Intel, invite all interested participants to INNOVATE: Identifying Community Needs for the Creation of New Services. INNOVATE (Innovar in Spanish) is the 1st…Continue
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Telecentre.org Foundation is supporting the ITU in its celebration of Telecom World 2011. The event, which will take place in Geneva on October 24-27, brings together industry CEOs and world leaders, digital experts, technology gurus, and grassroots technology pioneers to tackle core issues shaping the global ICT landscape in the age of broadband technology. In a departure from previous Telecom World events, Telecom World 2011 will dispense with the traditional exhibition show floor and…Continue
Telecentre.org Foundation is participating in ITU’s Telecom World 2011 and we want YOU to join us!…
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The Hope Phones campaign was created in 2009 as an innovative way to fund the global efforts of Medic Mobile, its parent organization that seeks to advance healthcare in 11 countries with mobile technology. Half a million cell phones are discarded in the United States every day and pollute the environment with tons of plastic and persistent toxins like lead, nickel, beryllium, and cadmium. Cell phone…Continue
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