Proposals in Social Networking

August 7, 2014

Nigeria: Generation Tech: The Global Village for PLHIV (People Living with HIV)

Friends Africa’s proposed project is targeted at providing a voice for young people living with HIV by allowing them share their stories online, improve their skills as well as build their capacity using digital technology.This project is designed to empower this group to become competent in using social media.The project aims to leverage innovative technology solutions which will add value and improve the lives of young people living with HIV. The objective of this project is to connect, and inspire a new generation of technopreneurs to building a sustainable business model

May 1, 2014

Ghana: My Content My Voice

Equipping the youth with tech skills that can be used to develop web and mobile content that addresses local, regional, and personal issues. At the end of the program, they will be able to connect other youth, government and exchange views. They will be able to publish and manage their our various social media platforms.

April 15, 2014

Bangladesh: Social Networking for River Erosion Victims

The general objective of the project is to enable a number of youth (All of them from river erosion victim families) to acquire professional skills on making surveys, documentation, photographs, documentary films and above all using social media to let the world know the current situation of their community. At the end of the project, we aim to enable young people to set up a blog that covers the Southern issue and attempts to introduce the issue over a wider range. In addition, the project aims to establish a supporting network of

Philippines: Keeping up with #YolandaPH victims

The project is a citizen journalism program that aims to teach and empower Yolanda (Haiyan) victims to continually report on their situation. Five months after the typhoon, the victims are out of media limelight but still in dire need of continuous relief, rehabilitation, livelihood program and the much-needed (and never given) financial aid and compensation for their losses. Local and international aid poured in like torrents but the situation of the people remain as bleak. The project aims to conduct social media trainings and put technology in the hands of the people.

April 14, 2014

Colombia: Virtual Grandfathers

Watching our sector where we find the adult population and the elderly, intended reduce the technological gap, taking advantage enthusiasm we observe in the population we decided focus our efforts in offer a program which we allow begin a process of formation TIC whit us, in this learning the most basic for rapprochement to computer equipment and later learning the management of the different program of the Microsoft office and management of the website, with these basic tools they can express their experiences and tell their stories

Armenia: PlaceToSpeak – Voice of Armenian Refugees of Syria

The project is aimed to promote assistance to enforce social activism on a higher level among Syrian- Armenian repatriates and refugees of civil war, living in Armenia. We aim to help Syrian-Armenian refugees and the Armenians who remain in Syria to share the information about their life in new places or the current situation in the regions they have left in Syria through expert coaching and digital tools. We will provide necessary trainings and assistance to those participants who have difficulties with using computer or accessing Internet, blogging and sharing through social media platf

Kenya: Africa Stories Project

This is a project that aims to bring back to life oral narratives and folk tales as told to us by older generations by archiving and sharing them via an online platform for current and future generations to learn from. We shall carry out this project in three ways: we shall venture out to the communities to collect stories first hand, in their raw form as still told at the village setting by people still in touch and practising their culture. We also intend to crowdsource stories on our web platform from our readers and lastly we intend to write our articles that cover historical happenings.

Ukraine: E-Inclusion Against Digital Exclusion

Persons with disabilities face difficulties traveling, going out and accessing to information. It becomes more visible nowadays, in the world dominated by digital information and new media which leads to digital exclusion. We want to raise awareness among youth with fewer opportunities, their parents, NGO workers about new technologies and tools which make access to digital world easier. By means of trainings, consultations, manuals we will show that everyone is equal in the Internet, spread the knowledge how to educate and communicate the disabled more effectively and efficiently.

Mozambique: Our Community, Our Voice – Youth for Change

The project will train and mentor youth in the impoverished “townships” of Chamanculo and Xipamanine, Mozambique to use digital photography, community mapping techniques, videos, digital stories, and social media to document issues around poor governance, corruption, health hazards, property rights and crime prevention. This peri-urban community has a unique history, yet no media outlet of its own, and it inhabitants are virtually voiceless when it comes to non-existent service delivery and decisions taken by government (such a as new road that displaced large numbers of fami

Albania: The Marathon of Vox Populi “More Women in Politics Because…”

The project aims to ensure a greater voice for women and to promote women’s equality for 2015 Local Election. Women’s “marathon” will be a national action and will cover 12 regions of Albanian. It will be constituted by several elements;the most important will be the “equal rights spot” where citizens from every part of Albania will give their opinion and reasons for supporting women in politics. The Vox populi interviews will be conducted by 12 women previously trained, with citizen -12 regions of Albania. Then, the interview will be summarized in a TVspot “More women in politics because…”