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Aren’t Medicine and Water More Important Than Telecommunications?

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Transforming Women’s Lives through Coffee Culture

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How many schools are connected to the Internet?

ALPAL-2? EASSy? SAm-1? WACS?

ALPAL-2? EASSy? SAm-1?

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КАЗАХСТАН: НА ПУТИ К ОТКРЫТОМУ ПРАВИТЕЛЬСТВУ


Очевидно, что внедрение электронного правительства и Открытых данных уже принесло экономический эффект во многих странах мира.

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Announcing Ushahidi v3.0.0-beta.11 release!

It’s LIVE! Ushahidi v3.0.0-beta.11 is out! 
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13 Winning Ideas Chosen for the ACTIVE AT SCHOOL Challenge

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Happy Holidays from IREX!

IREX staff from around the world wish supporters, participants, partners, alumni, and friends a wonderful holiday season and a happy New Year. 

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India-Africa cooperation in agriculture science, technology and innovation: new avenues and opportunities

India is now a key trading partner of Sub-Saharan Africa, importing almost US$ 21 billion worth of goods and commodities and exporting goods of over US$ 10 billion to Africa in 2010. India’s development cooperation with Africa expanded significantly in 2005, when India became the first Asian country to become a full member of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF).

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Call for success stories | WSIS Project Prizes 2015

e-Agriculture | Original article

Hey Google: Forget Smart Cars, Think Smart Matatus for Kenya

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Traditional Superfoods Make a Comeback

While the world’s food

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GISWatch reports: monitoring ICT for development, democracy and social justice

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18 December 2014
(Leila Nachawati Rego for APCNews)

GISWatch is an annual report covering the state of

Read more | APC.org Blog | Original article

Advancing Higher Education through University Management Reforms

Over the course of two months, university administrators from Ghana, Ukraine, Uganda, Georgia, and Tanzania shadowed their counterparts at US universities in order to create new, innovative ways to lead reform in management policies at their home

Read more | IREX Global Libraries | Original article

Please RSVP Now: USAID Digital Development West Africa Forum

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Introduction to Open and Social Innovation and How to Get Started

This article was originally published in the GIZ publication "10 trends in open innovation - How to leverage social media for new forms of cooperation".

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APC joins in the calls for the charges against Khadija Ismayilova to be dropped

MADRID
17 December 2014
(Leila Nachawati for APCNews)

APC joins in the calls for the charges against Khadija Ismayilova to be dropped and for sanct

Read more | APC.org Blog | Original article

Tipping the Scale: Lessons from the mHealth Forum about Investments in Collaboration

Much was said at the inaugural Global mHealth Forum in Washington, DC, December 10-11, about bringing mHealth innovations and programs “to scale.”From harnessing i

Read more | IntraHealth Open | Original article

The Linkages Between Technology And Democracy in Myanmar

myanmar-ict-reportOnly about 10 to 15 percent of people in Myanmar own a mobile phone today, but Myanmar may

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AIMS Newsletter no. 35 | November 2014

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The Jester is back… sort of!

One problem with having a non-comic-book alter ego is that one doesn’t also have superpowers to genuinely multitask. (Genuine multitasking is when one does N things at once and each gets done as quickly and as well as if one were fully focused on just it.

Read more | The ICT4D Jester | Original article
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