Our project aims to train students and teachers of lakeside villages to use the computer and internet. To get there, we will install a solar power plant with a capacity of 1000 watt to power the computer and two LED lamps in youth cultural center. A weekly program of 4 lessons for children and adults will be implemented. The computer will be equipped with the 2009 version of Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia to help children to literature searches.
This project is focused on the rural farmers in akpabuyo Local Government Area of Cross river state, Nigeria.We will be engaging/training farmers to make use of their mobile phones to share knowledge and for dissemination of information such as; market opportunities/prices, grants, farming inputs etc.Special Google mail account will be created to send SMS across on government and private sector innovations for rural farmers to their mobile phones
The zimcharities.com project aims to form a network of local NGOs or charity organisations who are working in rural zimbabwe and have limited access to the top of the range ICT technology. The zimcharities.com will be basically a website where the local NGOs will be incorporated as members of the network. This will show case the activities of these NGOs and the local communities thereby providing the digital media for the underpriviledged.
We will work to empower residents of Villa Inflamable (VI), a slum on the outskirts of Buenos Aires facing eviction, to act as citizen journalists and advocates for themselves and for similar communities. Our communication team and media experts will hold blogging/podcasting workshops together with VI’s Neighborhood Council. The content will both be disseminated within VI and outside the community, raising social awareness of this struggle.
To promote local governance and accountability in development management and advocacy rationale use of government budgets to achieve poverty reduction targets in Kibaha district, Tanzania. The community people (80) from rural and urban areas will be trained on pro-poor development, citizen journalism, data collection and analysis and advocacy journalism. District council leaders (10) will be trained on accountability.