- 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
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- ICTs in Sub-Saharan Africa
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- Tanzania: Vodacom Tanzania to Distribute Sh6bn to M-Pesa Users[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Users of Vodacom Tanzania's M-Pesa will share Sh6 billion that the mobile operator is distributing as a bonus during the second quarter.
- Africa: Voice Still Outstrips Data in Business[CAJ News] Johannesburg -BUSINESSES have to invest in state-of-the-art voice services that will further their commercial objectives. The counsel by a local technology executive comes as the ratio of voice-based to data-based communication still leans heavily towards voice. "The lion's share of commercial communication still takes place by people ac […]
- Nigeria: Dangote, Bloomberg, Others Discuss Use of Technology to Tackle Poverty[Premium Times] Bloomberg Philanthropies hosted by former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, inaugurated its first Global Business Forum with an astounding line up of global innovators, including Africa's richest man, Nigerian industrialist Aliko Dangote.
- Malawi: Farm Radio Trust Promotes Use of Radio, Phones in Extension Services[Nyasa Times] Farm Radio Trust (FRT) intends to mobilize 98 farmer groups in Mangochi to equip them with skills to access and disseminate agricultural extension services through radios and mobile phones.
- Tanzania: Vodacom Tanzania to Distribute Sh6bn to M-Pesa Users
Tag Archives: sub-Saharan Africa
This study investigates experts’ assessments of the pertinent factors affecting e-business in developing countries from a theory-based national infrastructure perspective. We surveyed experts (business people, academicians, and officials of governmental and nongovernmental organizations) in e-business in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Continue reading
Improving information systems undergraduate education is an important measure for developing countries to take advantage of information and communication technologies for socio-economic development.
However, the current discourse on development of information systems education programmes in developing countries identifies a gap between proposed models for curriculum development and the adaptation to the local context. Continue reading
Over the past three decades, much of the continent of Africa has been viewed as the “forgotten continent”. With her many problems of hunger, epidemics, war, and other related socio-economic problems, the diffusion of the Internet and related technologies might be the last thing to be associated with Africa. Continue reading
This paper gives an overview of core factors mitigating effective transfer of TeleMedicine to Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as a capability for improving the extremely poor state of healthcare delivery systems in that region of the world. Using specific examples of TeleMedicine applications, such as in TeleRadiology and health education, the paper highlights the importance of TeleMedicine in SSA. Continue reading
Exploratory factors of consumer uses of mobile information and communications technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa
Using theories of technology acceptance and technology transfer, we identified factors affecting the use of mobile information and communication technology (mobile ICT) in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), specifically sub-Saharan Africa. From a literature review, we developed a research model to describe factors that impact mobile ICT use and formulated a series of hypotheses about them. Continue reading
The governance problems that most African countries have experienced since independence is nothing new and has received intensive coverage in the press worldwide. A fundamental cause of governance problems in Africa may have been the disinformation of a vast majority of the region’s population owing to inadequate and poor information infrastructure. Continue reading
While Sub-Saharan Africa women have historically assumed the role as both housewives and subsistence farmers, the reality is that these women have few opportunities to become a strong and viable part of modern economies in that region. However, this trend is changing with the exponential growth of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) globally, giving many historically poor and/or un-educated women access to computers, the Internet and other related technologies. Continue reading