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121. PhD Scholarships for ICTs & Poverty Research
  Tuesday, December 12, 2006  by Admin
  The University of Manchester -Brooks World Poverty Institute announces a series of scholarships for PhD study on poverty analysis starting in academic year 2007/8. To be considered for these scholarships, candidates will need to apply to study for a PhD via the normal University process by 31 January 2007.
 
122. PhD Scholarships for ICTs & Poverty Research
  Tuesday, December 12, 2006  by Admin
  The University of Manchester -Brooks World Poverty Institute announces a series of scholarships for PhD study on poverty analysis starting in academic year 2007/8. To be considered for these scholarships, candidates will need to apply to study for a PhD via the normal University process by 31 January 2007.
 
123. E-Readiness for Developing Countries: Moving the Focus from the Environment to the Users - Tanzania
  Friday, December 08, 2006  by Admin
  Even though e-readiness measures provide a useful overview of the environmental situation, they do not completely reflect the possibility of achieving development from ICTs in developing countries. The report argues that in order to obtain a more accurate measure, the level of individuals within organizations using the technology is more useful.

 
124. Health researchers improve field work by using PDAs in Tanzania
  Friday, December 08, 2006  by Admin
  Technology is the process by which humans modify nature to meet their needs and wants. It includes all of the infrastructure necessary for the design, manufacture, operation, and repair of technological artifacts. This report states how the PDA technology has helped improve health research by eliminating the usual time-consuming and error-prone process of data entry and validation.
 
125. Impact of mobile phones in the developing world - Tanzania and South Africa
  Friday, December 08, 2006  by Admin
  Mobiles have helped poor people in remote areas to access business information and employment opportunities without travelling long distances. In both countries people said they had saved time and money by avoiding expensive and unreliable transport, and being able to stay in touch had substantially improved relationships.
 
126. Symposium on Sustainable Digital Library Development
  Thursday, December 07, 2006  by Admin
  Digital libraries correspond to the growing interest in digital technology such as digital networks and electronic publishing. They also preserve and provide access to an institution's historical records and publications. Flexibility of digital technology allows it to handle new systems and services efficiently. One of the objectives of the workshop is to make participants aware of the benefits of digital library and information systems and services and to impart skills and knowledge on how to effectively introduce and manage them.
 
127. Workshop on Pro-poor ICT
  Tuesday, October 31, 2006  by Admin
  Invitation to Stakeholders’ Workshop on Pro-Poor ICT to take place on Wednesday November 1, 2006 from 08:30 to 13:00 hours at the CourtYard Hotel in Dar es Salaam.
 
128. IST – Africa 2007 Conference and Exhibition
  Saturday, October 28, 2006  by Admin
  IST – Africa 2007 will take place from May 9th – 11th, 2007 in Mozambique. Deadline for online submission is 22nd December 2006. Thematic priorities include e-Health, Technology Enhanced Learning and ICT Skills, ICT for eInclusion and eAccessibility, Open Source Software, e-Government and eInfrastructures.
 
129. Universal Communications Access Fund in the pipeline
  Friday, October 27, 2006  by Admin
  Universal Communications Access Fund bill is one of the new legislations slated for debate and probable approval by the parliament sessions scheduled for Dodoma from next week. The Fund would subsidize investment costs for companies that wish to provide communication services in marginalized rural areas.
 
130. ICT Standardization and Research
  Friday, October 27, 2006  by Admin
  The ICT Standardization and Research open meeting will take place on January 17th 2007 in Brussels. The conference brings together all stakeholders involved in the research/standards interfacing process. Senior representatives from both the ICT research and standards communities.
 
131. Skills Development in the ICT Sector
  Thursday, October 26, 2006  by Admin
  Information Systems, Electronics and Telecommunications (isett) Sector Education and Training Authority (seta) is committed to skills development in the ICT sector in South Africa.
 
132. Does Africa need an IGF or Internet Development Forum
  Thursday, October 26, 2006  by Admin
  The Internet Government Forum (IGF) convenes in Athens, end of October to chart a way forward for making the running of the Internet more inclusive, and more democratic. Several key issues of concern for members of the Internet community worldwide were articulated in the run-up to the World Summits on the Information Society (WSIS). These issues revolve around enabling control of the 'Internet' and its technical arms to be decentralised from ICANN and its few chosen agents, increasing security of the Internet, having international oversight over the Internet, among others
 
133. A single country will not be allowed to govern Internet
  Monday, October 23, 2006  by Admin
  A single country will not be allowed to govern the Internet, speakers at a national seminar vowed adding expectation of the poor countries should be addressed in the upcoming Internet Governance Forum (IGF) meet.
 
134. EASSy Fibre-Optic Cable Moves Two Steps Closer to Completion
  Wednesday, October 18, 2006  by Admin
  October 17, 2006, Cape Town

The Eastern Africa Submarine System (EASSy) fibreoptic cable that will boost telecommunications activity in the region, has come a step closer to completion.
 
135. ICTs in e-Business
  Thursday, October 12, 2006  by Admin
  The article is based on cross-country project of the author that analyses the causes and consequences of the adoption of ICTs in several developing countries.

 

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