Farmerline has developed a mobile technology platform which provides services to farmers to enable them have relevant and timely agricultural information and market access. Following a successful pilot of the system in first half of 2013 for 1,000 smallholder fish farmers in Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and Western, Farmerline seeks to scale the pilot to reach […]
This project is about the Development of a mobile application for Android, IOS and Windows phone, which provide relevant touristic information about the country. That includes, touristic sites, hotels, restaurants, etc.
This project is about the development of a SMS and Web platform linking users and taxi drivers in the city of Yaounde (Cameroon).
Empowering Nigerians as active citizens to demand a more open, accountable and transparent governance by tracking capital projects/budget performance (crowd-sourced) through a repository of public data and information using technology (online/mobile app)
This project is for developing a problem-based e-learning system to guide school and college learners and to supplement agricultural extension training services. To improve the knowledge, skills, practices and attitudes of the farming community in Western Kenya. Problem-based learning (PBL) is an approach that challenges users to learn through engagement in a real problem. The learner […]
Smart Eco is a project that caters for the development of a platform that helps organisations, communities and individuals to promote and market their products. It also supports provision of an online store offering various ecotourism products in Tunisia, an accessible and cheap window for the marketing without much knowledge in computer science or business […]
Malaysia had very few publically available resources of online information on governance, such as budget expenditure, assets of those holding political office and parliamentary bills. Information that was available was not in a usable format. The Sinar Project was an initiative using open technology and applications to systematically make important information public and more accessible […]
This project aims to strengthen and systematize data-gathering on technology-based Violence Against Women (VAW)—also known as electronic VAW or eVAW—in the Philippines using simple technological tools. Such data will be aggregated, mapped, and analyzed to generate evidence-based knowledge for policy recommendations, and feed a continuing awareness-raising effort within government and civil society leading to strategic […]
More and more women around the globe are users and consumers of the internet – but women’s voices are critically absent in shaping and defining the ways in which the internet is used. Internet Rights Are Women’s Rights aims to bridge the gap between ‘internet rights’ and ‘women’s rights’. How? By building inter-movement engagement, dialogue […]
Building Low-Cost Telecommunications Infrastructure in Myanmar: Localization and Training of a Practical Guide
As a country in transition Myanmar faces barriers to Internet access and connectivity due to high cost and lack of sufficient infrastructure, resulting in important challenges to the country’s socio-economic development. Given this situation, strengthening the institutional and human capacity to recognize the importance of expanded access to the Internet as well as developing the […]