- Women in Pink Collar ICT Jobs in Cameroon
- Vers la mise en œuvre d’un outil d’aide de la maitrise du trait de côte littoral camerounaise
- Using Mobile Technology to Support Family Planning Counseling in the Community
- Usage of telecommunication Technology and living standards
- Tribal Portals, Multimedia Content, Illiteracy, and Digital Inclusion
- Electronic Business
- Gender Development
- ICT and Education
- ICT Statistics
- ICT, Poverty and Development
- ICTs in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Internet and Society
- Mobiles for Development
- Multimedia Learning
- Organizational Learning
- Teledemocracy and E-government
- Web 2.0 and Social Networking
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- Ethiopia:As Violence Flares, Internet Goes Dark[VOA] Amid reports of violent clashes that have led to at least 15 deaths, the Ethiopian government has partially blocked internet access to its citizens, suppressing information about the exact scope of the violence and the response of federal security forces.
- Liberia:Smartphones Take Agricultural Data Collection to New Level[Observer] The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) with support and funding from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has engaged several extension workers in a three-day training at the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) in Suakoko District, Bong County.
- Nigeria:Telcos, ISPs Frustrating IPV6 Adoption By Networks[Guardian] There are indications that telecommunications operators and traditional internet service providers (ISPs) in the country are frustrating adoption of Internet Protocol version six (IPv6) by other networks, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
- Africa:Mobile Money Deal Drives Africa Financial Inclusion[CAJ News] Johannesburg -XPRESS Money, the money transfer brand, has teamed with technology company, Huawei, to drive mobile money services to the world's unbanked populations, especially in Africa.
- Ethiopia:As Violence Flares, Internet Goes Dark
Category Archives: ICT, Poverty and Development
Purpose: The advent of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has provided job opportunities for many people in Cameroon. Workers may seek employment with multinational telecom companies or choose to work for cyber cafés which are companies that provide fee-based Internet … Continue reading
Abstract. This paper reports on a mobile phone application designed to support community health workers in providing family planning counseling to their clients. We adapted the Population Council’s Balanced Counseling Strategy for local conditions and for community health workers and … Continue reading
Corresponding email: email@example.com There is a dearth of knowledge on impediments to ICT penetration in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This study is intended to contribute to efforts designed to reverse this situation. Specifically, it analyzes directly-observed, archival and digital spatial data … Continue reading
Corresponding email: firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract. Information and communication technology (ICT) has a great impact on the way the global economy is currently undergoing fundamental transformation. Modern businesses are not possible without the help of ICT which plays a significant role in … Continue reading
Purpose: The ability to implement SMS services by responding to SMS requests is largely the preserve of huge organizations having constant internet access. Our purpose was to create affordable SMS processing software that requires no internet connection and can seamlessly integrate … Continue reading
Abstract. African firms in both the public and private sector are currently experiencing mounting stakeholder pressure to increase payoffs from their ICT investments. Although the literature is replete with reports of what organisations should use in terms of ICT investment … Continue reading
The Internet made in-roads in Mali since early 1992. However, the diffusion of the Internet has been dawdling up to now as recent statistics show that only 60,000 Malians actively use the Internet. Moreover, most of the users live in the capital city, Bamako, where cyber cafés are the preferred Internet access locations. Continue reading