From the city of El-Arish in Sinaa Peninsula, from the famous city in planting palm trees, where serenity , purity and brightness of the sea embrace a fish picking up olive’s branch, branch of peace and love.
From the womb of this ancient city El Fayrouz Association was born in 2006.
Added by Nabil Eid on October 26, 2014 at 11:44pm —
In Bangladesh, all the citizen services have been integrated to one place. The portal named 'Sebakunja' (service portal) is the first ever public service portal in the country which has been launched recently. The portal helps citizens get easy access to public services.
Also, all government offices are ready to practice paperless office through the…
Added by Mohammad Matiar Rahman on September 29, 2014 at 3:00pm —
Dhaka, 8 September 2014 – Over 200 delegates from Commonwealth countries are converging at the Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel Dhaka this week to attend the … Continue
Added by Nabil Eid on September 9, 2014 at 11:29pm —
Information Communications Technology for Development (ICT4D) holds exciting promise, especially on the African continent where we have so many systemic problems that could benefit from different mindsets and new ways of looking for solutions. When I was making my first serious foray into the world of ICT4D in 2012, I first heard about TechChange courses from a friend. When I… Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on August 27, 2014 at 1:50am —
It’s been just over a year since we at TASCHA released the Global Impact Study‘s final report,Connecting people for development: Why public access ICTs matter. In the past year, we have been very busy disseminating the findings, participating in discussions about public access and development, and creating various tools… Continue
Added by Global Impact Study on August 7, 2014 at 6:33am —
In the ICT4D world we all talk often about working with the private sector, collaboration and partnership with technology companies. The truth is that beside the willingness to work together, we need to understand that collaboration and partnerships needs to be build on a common language and common visions.
For a media development organization,…
Added by Seu Yapa on July 26, 2014 at 1:30am —
Wilayat Al Amerat in governorate of Muscat, Oman, aptly named, everything in it beautiful, green oases, valleys and mountains, fertile plains, rooted in past and entrenched in the present and future. Continue
Old name knows as "Al Fateh" because it opens the villages of the valley "about fifty-seven…
Added by Nabil Eid on July 20, 2014 at 3:56pm —
Added by Seu Yapa on July 17, 2014 at 2:34pm —
In 2016, the Millennium Development Goals will be replaced by the post-2015 development agenda (PTDA). The foundational content is in place for this new agenda, which will be the single most-important force shaping the future of international development and, hence, the single most-important force shaping the… Continue
Added by Nabil Eid on June 30, 2014 at 1:58am —
TASCHA is excited to release a new infographic based on findings from the Global Impact Study of Public Access ICTs! Many thanks go to the team at JumpStart Georgia for helping us design what we think is a pretty cool visualization of why public access is so important and why it matters to development.
Please feel free to share,… Continue
Added by Global Impact Study on June 10, 2014 at 7:30am —
“Combat Poverty, Rise Society through Sustainable Development” this is our motto
From Taiz city in Yemen, this ancient city where joins the roots of Yemeni culture to draw most fascinating painting on the chest of geography since the dawn of the civil, stretched on the shore of the Red Sea, the sea as… Continue
Added by Nabil Eid on May 21, 2014 at 4:42am —
Impact Story from Sudan, ICT for Empower Sudanese Women
Did you know that the percentage of women in Sudan approximately 50% of the population of Sudan, and the government has devoted good initiative on the empowerment of women in all Sudan areas, including… Continue
Added by Nabil Eid on April 12, 2014 at 5:10pm —
This is cross-posted from Discover.ISIF.Asia a new website looking at ICT use in Asia and the Pacific. Subscribe by email to get more posts like this.
ndonesia’s Internet penetration isn’t…
Added by Seu Yapa on April 10, 2014 at 2:16am —
Building a prosperous future at eLearning Africa 2014
More than ever before, Africans are turning to ICT-supported learning to grow their economies. In 2013, the eLearning Africa Report found that 40% of African technology-assisted learning professionals were using ICTs specifically for skills training, up from 18% the previous… Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on March 25, 2014 at 7:33pm —
United Methodist Communications has begun a pilot project with The Thomas Project, an initiative from the California-Nevada Annual Conference, to integrate appropriate technology into low-resource schools in Haiti. The latest innovation includes a portable cart with laptops, a projector, a charging station and water-filtration – all powered by… Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on March 21, 2014 at 1:43am —
Bine Zelten village is located in the south-west of the Qabes in Tunisia, it's a mountainous and tourist area, enjoying the beauty of nature and fresh air, a legacy rich of cultural and architectural and it has a lot of privacy and ancient landmarks. Continue
People of Bine Zelten are aspiring for promoting local…
Added by Nabil Eid on March 12, 2014 at 7:30pm —
NICE International was offering telecenters with sustainable solar energy – so called NICECentres – to unleash the potential of people in developing countries. The sentence is stated in the past tense, because NICE International has closed its… Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on January 31, 2014 at 9:30am —
Migration has been a part of the human experience since the dawn of time, and populations have always moved in search of resources and better conditions. Today, unaccompanied children and youth are an integral part of national and global migration patterns, often leaving their place of origin due to violence, conflict, abuse, or other rights violations, or simply to seek better opportunities for themselves.…
Added by Seu Yapa on January 23, 2014 at 8:00am —
Some days, community agricultural extension workers in India have to travel many miles between several villages in one day. Would it be possible to make these jobs easier through technology, to tap into existing organizational structures?
What started as a research project in Microsoft Research India's Technology for Emerging Markets team in 2006 evolved into an independent nonprofit just two years later. Digital Green by linking technology to field workers (also known as extension… Continue
Added by Seu Yapa on January 17, 2014 at 12:30pm —
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…
Added by Seu Yapa on December 17, 2013 at 2:30pm —