Cuba's domestic Internet infrastructure is one of the worst in the world and the prospects for improvement are dim because of the U. S. embargo, a Cuban government policy of access control and scarcity, ETECSA's power, the lack of a trained, demanding technician and user base and a lack of capital. Can these obstacles be eliminated?
The embargo will…Continue
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At Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF), we're committed to bring you opportunities to learn about innovative ways to solve complex social problems. That's why we've partnered with the Lean for Social Good Summit in San Francisco to offer a special code for TCF friends to attend the Summit.…Continue
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This program will bring over 500 young leaders to the United States each year, beginning in 2014, for leadership training and mentoring, and will create unique opportunities in Africa to put…Continue
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Africa is home to more than a billion people and is also the fastest growing continent. But only 16% of people are connected to the Internet. That leaves a huge population without access to new opportunities, such as a reliable channel to the latest news, a tool to join in worldwide commerce, or a platform to create and contribute photos, video, and more. This…Continue
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Practical Answers digital repository is a collection of Practical Action’s (Sri Lanka) digital knowledge resources. Bringing together knowledge products developed over 25 years of working in the field of technology and development.
In the repository materials are available on the subject areas of…Continue
Telecentre of Volgograd State Agricultural University for three years actively educates vulnerable citizens basic computer literacy. This is mainly the elderly, the unemployed, villagers, women. This year our Telecentre launched a new project "Your Course.IT for young people."
It involves working with young people aged up to 24 years.
We understand the importance of IT for the progress of society and want to learn new technologies as much as possible young…
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The UNESCO Office in Bangkok, UNESCO’s Project Office in Yangon and the Center for Electronic Governance at the UNU International Institute for Software Technology (UNU-IIST) organized a week of Executive Training on Government Information Leadership, “Providing Access to Information, Building Knowledge Societies” in Yangon, Myanmar, from 4 to 8 November 2013.
The training took place…Continue
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The ‘Connect a School, Connect a Community’ project will benefit over 8500 students from remote areas with low connectivity and digital literacy.
The project aims to…Continue
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Under E-Village Project n Pakistan currently above 2000 Girls are learning ICTs Skills in remote villages covering different parts of Pakistan. Starting from Ist Jan 2014 the project aims to train twenty thousands girls in ICTs Skills in next two years. You can find girls taking trainings in remote villages.…Continue
This year, 2013, our country has been through major events and calamities. We have the national and barangay elections, earthquakes, Zamboanga crisis, typhoons and floodings not to mention the national controversies which shook the whole nation.
Still, many in our PhilCeC family…
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An Old aged man, Rahim Shekh, is a farmer and lives in a small village, named Shidhuli of Dharabarisha Union of Gurudaspur Upazila of Natore District, long distance from the District Town of Natore. He has decided to apply for the certified copy of the Khatian of his own land. For that reason, he was walking…Continue
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Post Event Report on
Two Days International Conference and Workshop on
ICTs for Good Governance in Pakistan
Dated 1- 2nd December 2013
About The Conference Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) have now been recognized as the engine for growth and a source of energy for the social and economic empowerment of any country, specially a third world country. Relationship between ICTs and improved services to the common man in the areas…
Though India is on its way to become the second largest Internet market, with 200 million users, overtaking the U.S., only one-third of the online users are women.
The Internet can play an important role in empowering…Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on December 13, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Recently I came across the news of a new online bingo game that had been created for blind and partially sighted people. This intrigued me somewhat as it had never crossed my mind how blind people even accessed the internet, never mind played online games.
So I downloaded the game, closed my eyes and attempted to play online bingo, blind.
This new bingo game has been developed by RS Games, which is…Continue
The second phase of the Telecentre Women campaign was launched on 10th October 2013 in Burera District at Burera Community Telecentre (known as BDC) and ended in November 2013. This phase…Continue
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Ladies and Gentlemen;
The value of information and communication is felt with particular force when, as happened in South Africa for so many years, their denial is made an instrument of…Continue
Added by Djamila K. MATHU on December 11, 2013 at 10:44pm — No Comments
Fortunately, at this late stage of the year, we have a busy calendar with interesting events.
I would like to highlight and give some details of two events taking place in Granada and Barcelona (Spain) in the coming days:
Added by Laia Fauró Gual on December 10, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Young people today live in an uber-connected world. Whether it’s texting on a mobile phone, using a computer at school or gaming with friends, technology is inextricably woven into young people’s lives. For not-for-profits to remain relevant in their programming, services or advocacy targeting youth,…Continue
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More than 8,000 people are currently living in the Rebrikha village, Altay region, Russia. Among them more than 30% are retired. For these citizens the local library has become their only place of contentment. The library provides everything from free services to information to cultural events.
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The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) is organizing a workshop titled “"towards a digital content that enhances transparency, participation and creativity in the Arab world” on December 8, 2013 at Smart Village under the auspices of the Arab League and in cooperation with the…Continue
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