This is a reminder of the Mozilla Webmaker Party which started on June 15th and will end on September 15th. If you haven't joined yet, this is the time! Here is the original blog about it and an update of the event below.
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Nigeria’s Universal Service Provision Fund (USPF), has distributed about 120,000 personal computers to 1200 public secondary schools across the country to date. The Executive Secretary of USPF, Abdullahi Maikano disclosed this last week when the House Committee on Communications visited one of the USPF…Continue
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Microsoft recently announced that its flagship product, the Windows 8 operating system, has passed the milestone of 100 million licences sold in the six months since its launched in October last year. The new figures indicate sales of around 40 million licences since January, when the discounted upgrade offer for early adopters ended.
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This book brings together new household and enterprise data from 41 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to inform policy makers and practitioners on ways to expand women entrepreneurs’ economic opportunities. Sub-Saharan Africa boasts the highest share of women entrepreneurs, but they are disproportionately concentrated among the…
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A blackboard and chalks used to be the only ‘tools’ that tailoring instructors in Isinya, Kenya had access to for drawing dress patterns. The result is not difficult to imagine: an inefficient process that had instructors come to class every day an hour earlier to have enough time to…Continue
IREX's latest Africa Media Sustainability Index (MSI) found that traditional media remain the preferred source of news. Many benefits presented by online media have yet to reach most citizens in the 42 sub-Saharan African countries analysed. Nonetheless, transition to online and mobile format media appears inevitable.
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This is an extract of the Bhutan report written by Chetan Sharma the primary author of the and Dr. S.K. Misra, the primary author for the m-health sections of the report done in June 2012 seeking upon request by the Government of Bhutan for…Continue
Accessibility is a measure of the extent to which a product…Continue
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A group of 23 university students from the US attached to Think Impact are in Rwanda in an 8-week full immersion programe; where they’re helping Rwamagana community in Eastern Province. This week, the students visited the Ministry of Youth and ICT (MYICT).
Think Impact is a…Continue
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We would like to thank you for your dedication and commitment towards the WSIS Forum 2013. Continuing our outcome oriented approach, we are happy to inform you that the Forum resulted in several multiskakeholder recommendations, collaborations, partnerships and concrete proposals captured in the following documents:…Continue
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Funding for a project to deliver voice-based technologies that enable illiterate people in rural Africa to access the web — even those without an Internet connection or a computer — is ending this month, and a drive is on to ensure that the technologies will be freely available after it…Continue
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World Pulse and the Maman Shujaa 'Hero Women' of Congo are pleased to announce the establishment of a new media center that opened in Bukavu on April 1st, providing a groundbreaking digital empowerment training hub to women in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. The Maman Shujaa have been gathering and organizing…Continue
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(CNN) -- I recently left the Global Forum on Innovation & Technology Entrepreneurship in South Africa, inspired, empowered and hopeful, but extremely…Continue
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Tablets are quickly taking over the computing world in this very mobile society, its portability, access to various apps, its cost, low power consumption and longer battery life, user friendliness and sleeks designs make it a great rival of laptops or even any other personal…Continue
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10x10 is a global action campaign for girls' education, founded by award-winning journalists at The Documentary Group and Paul G. Allen's Vulcan Productions, along with strategic partner, Intel Corporation. Centered by the new feature film, Girl Rising, 10x10 uses the power…Continue
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A modem designed…Continue
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Empowering women through education and technology is essential to the economic development of any country. In Africa, the gap between the educated population and the one that has never had the opportunity to go to school is even bigger than in other parts of the world; a difference…Continue
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