On 20th November 2013, the formal inauguration of the community telecentre of Carrefour-feuilles took place in the Southern Haiti. The ceremony was honored by a representative of European Union, telecentre users, Medialternatif group and other project partners.
This space for exchange of ideas and solidarity where Information and Communication Technology (ICT) give voice to the…Continue
Since July 2013, Rwanda telecentre Network (RTN), Southern Africa Telecentre Network (SATNET) and KenTel are implementing digital literacy program tagerting women both in rural and urban areas, this is global initiative knows as “Telecentre Women Campain” led by Telecentre.org Foundation in partnership…Continue
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Gedaref digital city organization (GDCO) will participate in the 68th meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations to discuss what has been accomplished and achieved for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which is considered the largest campaign in history to combat poverty. The…
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As promised, Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF) is bringing you even more translations of our popular our infographic on telecentres. Now you can download your version of the free infographic in Catalan, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Sinhala, Swahili, and Thai.
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The WSIS+10 High-Level Event will be held from 13 to 17 April 2014 in Sharm el-Sheikh. This event, an extended version of the WSIS Forum, is designed to review the progress made in the implementation of the WSIS outcomes under the…Continue
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Sarvodaya Fusion together with Etisalat launched an innovative educational program to empower students in rural areas within Udubaddawa A.G.A. divisional secretariat of Kurenegala district in Sri Lanka. This being a pilot project and also for its significance, Udubaddawa Nisala Nenasala (telecentre) was selected as the operational education center.
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Initiated in January 2005 by the then Prime Minister and current President of Sri Lanka, President Mahinda Rajapakse, Nenasalas are Sri Lankan telecentres which "provide access to diverse and unrestricted sources of information and means of communication to all the citizens.” It’s been 8 long years since…Continue
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“We need a Internet content and collaboration public strategy such that upon connecting an African broadband connection with a town, its capacity will be maximized and exceeded in the shortest amount of time possible.” – Richard C. Close 2013
Read/Download paper at Academia.edu…
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Nakaseke Telecentres in Uganda have won the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Service Award. SMS plays a key role in its outreach to subsistence farmers. Following is the wining project details:
1. What problems are you hoping to solve?
Added by Seu Yapa on June 28, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Impact Assessment of Indian Common Services Centres is a recent report by International Telecommunication Union (ITU), prepared for the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Government of India in May 2013.
The National eGovernance Plan (NeGP) of the Government of India envisions…Continue
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Last month, Telecentre.org Foundation debuted an infographic on telecentres that we created to provide a visual description on telecentres and how they impact a community. This infographic…Continue
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The role of telecentres is to reduce the gender gap to access the internet. The first speaker, Ann Mei Chang, Senoir Advisor for Women and Technology in the Secretary’s office of Global Women’s Issues, U.S. Department of State talked about the Cherie Blair Foundation’s project which is the campaign of the gender gap to access mobile phone and the internet and empower women to have their own business.…Continue
If you’ve ever had to explain to other people what a telecentre is, what we do, or why we do it, then we have just the tool for you! Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF) has developed a simple infographic that gives a brief primer on telecentres, telecentre networks, and how they impact a…Continue
Since the birth of telecentre.org as a program under Canada’s International Development Research Centre back in 2005, until its evolution into a formal organization now known as Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF), it has worked with hundreds of networks…Continue
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The practice of ‘flipping’ the classroom is intriguing because it opens the door to correcting the inversion we perceive in institutionalized learning environments. Flip the lesson plan, flip the teacher, flip the facility, flip the school-- I’m speaking about inversion in the sense of…Continue
World Links Gweru Centre
Gweru World Links Centre is an information technology training and communication centre situated in Gweru, Zimbabwe. The centre offers training to school students, teachers and the community at large.
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Social Aid Foundation Nenasala which is popular known as Badulla Nenasala (Tele-centre). Badulla is a city which is situated in up country area of Sri Lanka. It is 220 km far from the capital of Sri Lanka. Here is the last railway station which is running throughout th e up country of Sri Lanka. All religious people are…Continue
The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka this week has formally opened applications to set up 40 ‘Nenasala’ or Telecentres in the Northern Province as part of the agency’s continuing efforts to bridge the digital divide in the country.
Telecentres, or also known as Community e-Centres, are public…Continue
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