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Rezwan · April, 2010

I am from Dhaka, Bangladesh and I have been bridgeblogging the Bangladeshi and South Asian Blogosphere in Global Voices since 2005. Social Media is my passion. I like to follow the groundbreaking outreach projects of Rising Voices and write about them.

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Latest posts by Rezwan from April, 2010

Ceasefire Liberia: Getting Up Close And Personal With The Bloggers

Thanks to some recent interviews we can learn more about some of the bloggers of Ceasefire Liberia, a grantee of Rising Voices, and their works. According to journalist cum blogger...

FOKO: Can ICT Bring A Solution To Overcome Despair?

Madagascar is still undergoing political turmoils and closure of business. The consequence is that the economic conditions of a lot of Malagasy people worsened. Many had lost their jobs, and...

Aids Rights Congo: Using ICT To Combat Violence Against Women

During March 31 - April 03, 2010 AZUR Development concluded a training workshop as a part of the FTX (Feminist Tech Exchange) program supported by the Association for Progressive Communications...

Abidjan Blog Camps: For An Union Of Online Content Producers in Ivory Coast

Members of the Rising Voices grantee Abidjan Blog Camps participated in the Abidjan Barcamps 2010 in March. In that event its project leader Theophile Kouamouo advocated for an union of...

EWAMT: The Start Of The 2nd Phase In Taizz City

The second phase of the ‘Empowerment of Women Activists in Media Techniques (EWAMT)‘ project started in Taizz city, a major city in Yemen located at the Southwestern highlands at an...

Hiperbarrio Expands To Three New Libraries In Medellin

According to an agreement between the EPM Foundation Network and HiperBarrio from Colombia, activities in 3 new communities in 3 libraries of Medellín (Villatina, La Esperanza and EPM) were started....

Voces Bolivianas: Ushahidi Platform For Election Reporting

During the Bolivian general elections on December 6, 2009 a number of Bolivian netizens used Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, Flickr, Youtube, Twitter and Facebook to share their perspectives...