FREE internet and data access will be available for people living in the Western parts of Viti Levu after the official opening of the Telecentre by the acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.
The centre in Nukuloa, Ba, which will be used by students and the community, will give people…Continue
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International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 3 December 2012
The International Day of Persons with Disabilities is just a few days away! The commemoration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December 2012, provides an opportunity to address the exclusion of persons with disabilities by…
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President John Dramani Mahama said under the senior high school computerization project, some of the graduates would be integrated into the mainstream as ICT instructors or trainers while…Continue
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The telecentre members from Tajikistan knock alarm to the fact that the Facebook network was blocked. Starting with this week the access to network is limited.
According to web page Radio Liberty, Beg…
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The organizers from the beginning, thought about how to organize the training session and how to ensure the sustainability of the…Continue
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Mr.Siaosi Sovaleni,the Manager of Secretariat of the Pacific Community ICT Outreach Programme visits to Asia Pacific Telecentre Network Secretariat in Thailand as a part of tour for International Meeting at United Nations during 20-21 November.
Siaosi is expected to discuss greater collaborations with…Continue
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The Research Centre of Communication and Development Knowledge Management (CCDKM) and Asia-Pacific Telecentre Network (APTN) are honoured to welcome the Policy staffs from Embassy of Japan in Thailand, Mr.Tetsuo Hasegawa and Mr.Yoshiki Ito, the First Secretary (ICT,Telecommunications,Science and Technology)…Continue
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The Polytechnic University of Madrid has been conducting research on Social Business models for Telecentres and recently joined with TIS Talks webinar held on 22nd November to share their findings with the telecentre.org…Continue
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From June to November, we’ve been talking.
Telecentres and networks, leaders in innovation and social enterprise, technology entrepreneurs, academia and Telecentre.org Foundation staff have been talking and exchanging knowledge, generating ideas, and making connections that would mark the beginning of a promising time for Technology, Innovation and Sustainability in telecentres and networks.
What things were being said? What are the conclusions we’ve reached…Continue
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We often address the issue of underrepresentation of women in tech industry, but the examples usually describe Middle East, Africa and not developed countries. As a result, the stereotype is growing that in North America and Western Europe the issue is not important.
However, Nicole Belanger, the organizer of…Continue
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Why has M-Pesa been so successful in Kenya, yet mobile money initiatives in other developing countries much less so? Recent Centre for Development Informatics research can help provide a systematic response.
M-money services have two core functionalities. Registered customers can convert between e-cash and real cash (typically at the physical premises of an m-money agent), and can…Continue
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If you don’t already know it, Raspberry Pi is not a low-cost computer. It’s an ultra-low-cost computer (see photo below)…Continue
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The rapidly developing expansion of ICT throughout Sri Lanka and the developing world has created new employment opportunities but also demands new skills. The job market in Sri Lanka increasingly demands knowledge of ICT skills to succeed, not just in the IT sector, but within almost every industry. This presents a…Continue
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Sarvodaya Fusion, in Sri Lanka has piloted a Citizen Journalism training project and the workshop gave participants a chance to experience what journalism work is all about, and was the first of a series of workshops aimed at equipping young men and women with the skills needed for participatory journalism. By mobilizing existing access to ICT infrastructures the program hopes to train…Continue
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Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID) and the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) would like to inform you about the 3rd issue of their joint publication titled “ICT for Development Working Paper Series” for 2012-13 and requests your valuable contribution to facilitate a cross cultural exchange…Continue
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This November 24 marks Telecentre.org Foundation’s 3rd anniversary and we’re excited to be celebrating with you!
As many of you will recall, last September, we asked our telecentre.org members to send us your anniversary greetings via video. Close to 100 videos were received from twenty-five countries in over five languages. Because so many of you took the time and effort to reach out to us, we wanted to return the favor by making a video of our own, starring…Continue
Established in Canada in 2002, Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) is an innovator in enabling people to access and apply information and communication technologies (ICT) to create education, economic and entrepreneurial opportunities.
DOT’s vision is to make these opportunities available to marginalized people, especially women and youth, as a strategy to eradicate poverty, vulnerability and gender inequality.
DOT’s signature entrepreneurship program, Reach Up! Integrates ICT,…Continue
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Who would have thought that the small but intimate gathering of key Community eCenter stakeholders a few years back would spawn a tradition of knowledge sharing that only gets bigger and better?
For the eighth year running, the PhilCeC Program, together with the Philippine CeC Network (PhilCeCNet) and its partners,…Continue
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