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Anna Bon posted Information 30 October 2013
Adama Tessougué is a journalist at Radio Sikidolo in Konobougou, a small village about 150 km east of Bamako in a rural region of Mali. Adama’s voice is famous  as he informs and entertains at least 50.000 listeners in the 39 surrounding villages every day.
Anna Bon posted Information 16 November 2016

On 29 August, the 4th International Workshop on Downscaling the Semantic Web (Downscale2016) was held as a full-day workshop in Amsterdam co-located with th

Anna Bon posted Information 8 July 2016

From 20 to 24 June 2016, the W4RA team was in Gourcy, Burkina Faso a facilitated a new ICT4D requirements engineering 

Anna Bon posted Information 2 November 2013

The World Wide Web connects us all. But not yet everyone on this planet enjoys its important benefits: still more than 4 billion people do not have access to the Web.

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May
From16 May 2014
in Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Organised byVU University Amsterdam

The Network Institute, Computer Science Department and International Office
of VU organize a symposium on ICT4D, the quickly growing field of practice
and study how Information and Communication Technologies influence and may
contribute to social and economic development in the (developing) world.

For more info: *Click here [1]*!

[1] http://w4ra.org

Anna Bon uploaded a new Document 30 October 2013
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Apr
From6 April 2016
in Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Organised byVrije Universiteit Amsterdam - The Network Institute

On 6 April 2016, the *Third International Symposium “Perspectives on ICT
for Development (ICT4D*)” will be hosted by the VU Network Institute, the
Netherlands Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems SIKS [1],
the Computer Science Department and VU International Office. This year’s
theme is “Community Service & Education”. Invited speakers from India,
Ghana, South-Africa and the Netherlands will highlight the theme, presenting
case studies from various contexts: rural development, health, and education.

[1] http://www.siks.nl/

Anna Bon posted Information 30 October 2013

Zakary Diarra, farmer, beekeeper and honey producer lives in a small village named Bokuy-Mankoina in the south-east of Mali. In his village there is no internet connection. Zakary’s communication is based on voice, phone and radio.

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