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 […]
YPSA was working on the project to convert text books from class VI-class X, to DAISY digital multimedia format, the contents can again be converted into DAISY full text full audio text books, Braille books and accessible e-books, from the source DAISY file, for the students with visual disability, print disability, learning disability and information […]
Telsat Broadband aimed at creating and maintaining a broadband internet system which can deliver the same level of service in small remote island communities as it was in the capital city of Vanuatu. This was achieved by creating a network gateway appliance which was driven by code specifically created for this projects purpose. It allowed […]
Android app Sohoj Sonchoy allowed Bangladeshi people—particular vulnerable groups, including women, rural people, the non-skilled and unemployed— to watch hands-on video tutorials online, helping them to develop skills, learn new techniques and increase workplace participation. The training videos—all free, available in Bengali and using free and open source technologies—helped people to learn critical skills such […]
The eAKaP Project was an integrated maternal and child healthcare delivery and training for Community Health Teams (CHT) in the Philippines. The project used innovative mobile technology tools to expand the capacity of CHTs as the government’s frontline health workers to deliver high quality maternal and child healthcare, and other health-related plans to the poorest […]
Research project to compile and analyze empirical data about how ICTs are used to perpetuate gender violence against women in Jamaica. It is the first study of this kind being conducted in Jamaica and the Caribbean, and will allow to derive theoretical contributions about the links between the communication functions of ICTs and different forms […]
Design of a patient care system of remote assistance for landmine and unexploded ordnance victims. 97,7% of all victims of anti-personnel mines in Colombia reside in rural communities. Ensuring that they receive proper medical attention is a challenge. In this context, remote assistance systems such as TeleMAP provide an alternative to alleviate the populations affected.
Development a software program for the early diagnosis of autism in children. The program will resort to gaze tracking to document eye movements in response to audiovisual stimulus. The software developed will be open-source and consolidate information in a common data base which will allow the collection of comparable statistics for analysis.
SIVIPCAN is a monitoring system for preventing cervical cancer in women. So far, it has been used not only to monitor women with precancerous lesions but also to evaluate the effectiveness of the cancer control program implemented at primary care facilities. The software allows to increase both effectiveness and cost-efficiency and has already improved how […]
Using Graphogame for levelling reading competences in vulnerable students of Chile’s Araucanía Region
Project to evaluate the effectiveness of using Graphogame to facilitate the initial reading learning process in regular classrooms for vulnerable first grade students in the Araucanía Region.