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60 Million Displaced People Need New Technology for Cash Transfers

cash-transfers

Read more | ICTWorks | Original article

HackJak Winners Announced!

Author: 
Putu Lumina Mentari and Cindy Abigail Colondam
After a great compe

Read more | UN Global Pulse | Original article

A First Responder on the Front Lines of the Yemen Humanitarian Crisis

Doa’a is a health program officer in Yemen working for International Medical Corps.

Read more | IntraHealth Open | Original article

​New report: How Open Data can drive sustainable development

Open Data  data that is freely available online for anyone to use and republish for any purpose is beco

Read more | World Bank: Information and Communications for Development | Original article

Using Technology to Advance Human Rights in Kenya

Computer Lab

Read more | ICTWorks | Original article

How will we fill 9 billion bowls by 2050?

e-Agriculture | Original article

Taking stock of challenges for global open data in agriculture and nutrition

e-Agriculture | Original article

Open Data for Business Tool: learning from initial pilots

Citizens in Nigeria participate in a
readiness assessment exercise to identify

Read more | World Bank: Information and Communications for Development | Original article

Connecting the Next 4 Billion

You are cordially invited to join IREX, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), and the New York Public Librar

Read more | IREX Global Libraries | Original article

Open-access database will help water-scarce countries get more crop per drop

e-Agriculture | Original article

Digital Media, and Ghana’s Place on the Global Stage

I head to one of my favorite cities, Accra, later this week, to participate in a conference on “The Future of News” and to attend a board meeting for PenPlusBytes, a Ghanaian NGO that trains journalists in computer-assisted reporting, and operates Accra’s New Media Hub.

Read more | Ethan Zuckerman | Original article

3 Approaches to Increase Local Ownership of Development Innovations

india-farmer

Read more | ICTWorks | Original article

Women farmers learn about best farming practices through video

e-Agriculture | Original article

Crises Mapping & Cleaning our Ocean Blue- Port of San Francisco, Ca.

TODAY: the Research Vessel  (R/V) Ocean Starr ties up in port. Welcoming back from its crises mapping and cleaning derbies in the ocean from California to Hawaii.
Citations : http://www.stabbertmaritime.com/news/ ;
I'll be port-side, and will update as I learn more of their heroic crises action teams journey. 

Read more | CrisisMapping | Original article

Advice to a Younger Me: Kisirisa Muhammed, AFFCAD

Read more | Changemakers | Original article

ICTs for Feminist Movement Building Activist Toolkit

This toolkit draws on the experience and contexts of women activists in southern Africa and beyond. While it focuses on women’s rights activists, anyone who is part of a movement for social change will find it useful.

Read more | Eldis ICT feed | Original article

5 Insights for Better Mobile-First Web Solutions

mobile-phone-web

Read more | ICTWorks | Original article

Map History & Dialog - "A Tent City No More."- Map by R.P. Bridgens - 1853

With many mappers,  members in-the Bay Area, and countless mappers who visit on holiday I thought this was an engaging, heads up, proper to share with my mappers family. A rare look back along with expert dialog, an intimate setting in the heart of San Francisco, Ca. Lets map our way back in time. 1853.

Read more | CrisisMapping | Original article

Web We Want campaign announces new small grants

20 August 2015
(Web We Want)

Today, the Web We Want campaign, in collaboration with APC, supported by the Ford Foundation, is delighted to announce the

Read more | APC.org Blog | Original article

Empowering Vulnerable Rural Women through ICT for Agriculture - D. R. Congo

e-Agriculture | Original article
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