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346. ICT to be introduced in teachers colleges
  Monday, January 31, 2005  by Admin
  THE Ministry of Education and Culture has devised a plan to introduce Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in teachers’ colleges.
Mr Sakila said the objective was to enable tutors in teachers colleges become computer literate as a pre-condition to use ICT as a teaching and learning tool. Workshop presentations touched on ICT views and perspectives, global aspects of the technology in development of education and the need for ICT policy in secondary education.
 
347. Wafanyabiashara wa nguo za batiki na utalii waanza kufaidika
  Wednesday, January 19, 2005  by Admin
  Wafanya biashara wa nguo za batiki na utalii wameanza kufaidika na soko la nje baada ya kupata mafunzo ya kutumia mbinu za kisasa kupitia mtandao wa kompyuta katika kutangaza biashara zao.

 
348. Technology put to the test as parts of EA reel fom effects of Tsunami
  Monday, January 10, 2005  by Admin
  In this article, Balancing Act’s News update is on how the importance of using ICT was highlighted during the tsunamis relief efforts. It looks at how different aid agencies have used ICT to tackle the impact of tsunami waves on the East African coasts.
 
349. ICTe AFRICA
  Sunday, January 09, 2005  by Admin
  The first Continental Exhibition, Conference and Media Event on Information & Communications Technology, Broadcasting Media and Environment
Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya, 17 - 21 May 2005

 
350. Setting up and Operating a Successful Computer Refurbishment Centre in Africa
  Monday, November 22, 2004  by Admin
  This is a planning and management guide on how to set up and operate a successful computer refurbishment centre in Africa. This is a result of a study undertaken by bridges.org to examine methods and strategies of the computer refurbishment industry, focusing on Africa.
 
351. Govt seeks views on communications bill
  Sunday, November 07, 2004  by Admin
  The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has appealed to stakeholders and the public in general to read, discuss and air their views on the draft of the Electronic and Postal Communications Bill, so that the envisaged Act takes into account the interests of Tanzanians and the existing policies.

 
352. Challenging Gender Inequalities in the information society
  Thursday, October 07, 2004  by Admin
  Despite the mainstream opinion that technology is gender-neutral, feminist scholars have long researched the gendered character of science and technology; arguing that women and men relate differently to technology due to cultural values and practices. For the majority of women this has meant exclusion from access to and power over different technologies. The ability to harness technology is political as it involves a shift in power relations and a redefinition of technology that reflects women’s needs, interests and aspirations.
 
353. Using ICT to Generate Development Content
  Wednesday, October 06, 2004  by Admin
  This is a research paper which starts from the premise that information and the use and application of information (knowledge) is a key part of the development process. For a message to be converted to knowledge it must be received and placed into the reality context of the receiver.

ICTs are not unique from any other development activity. They are a tool to assist an informed livelihoods strategy. The use of the tool to enhance livelihoods must be linked to best practice regarding process.
 
354. U.N. awards top prize to Tanzanian editor
  Wednesday, September 22, 2004  by Admin
  On Thursday evening last week, it all started like this: About 350 media scholars, journalists, chief executive officers from major South Africa publishing and broadcasting houses, and government dignitaries were gathered at National Settlers’ Monument in Grahamstown, South Africa.

 
355. ICT - utilisation of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Tanzania
  Wednesday, September 08, 2004  by Admin
  This fact sheet was part of an ongoing research project "ICT for Development: The Case of Tanzania". Are SMEs ready to take advantage of ICT or is it just wishful thinking?.



 
356. ICT - utilisation of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Tanzania
  Wednesday, September 08, 2004  by Admin
  This fact sheet was part of an ongoing research project "ICT for Development: The Case of Tanzania". Are SMEs ready to take advantage of ICT or is it just wishful thinking?.
 
357. Vodacom slashes tariffs by 33 pc
  Wednesday, July 28, 2004  by Admin
  A mobile telephone company, Vodacom Limited, yesterday reduced its retail call charges by 33 per cent, a move expected to lure more customers....
 
358. Creating a Development Dynamic: Final Report of the Digital Opportunity Initiative
  Saturday, July 10, 2004  by Admin
  Despite real progress on some fronts, there remain dramatic disparities in levels of human development: one in five of the world's people lives on less than one dollar per day and one in seven suffers from chronic hunger...
 

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