Research Report

ICT4D Academics Are Failing the Poor

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How Digital Finance is Transforming Agriculture

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What Do Tanzanians Think About Drones? Now We Know

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could become an important tool for international development. Also known as drones, UAVs are aircraft that can be piloted remotely or flown autonomously.

8 Economic Barriers Responsible for India’s Gender Digital Divide

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How Can We Harness the Internet of Things for Global Development?

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3 M4D Case Studies from GSMA Mobile for Development Impact

We so often hear that people want more case studies of M4D services that, have scaled to reach wider audiences, or are showcasing new innovative approaches.

What Are The Top 6 Barriers to ICT4Edu Success in Secondary Schools?

Go ahead, name them. Yes, count them off with your fingers. I bet you can name six in less than 60 seconds. You probably got to 16 or 26 in that time period. Bonus points if you add your list in the comments section.

How Public Libraries Connect People to ICT for Development

Public libraries play a critical role in extending the benefits of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to a diverse range of people worldwide. However, their ability to contribute to development agendas has come into question in recent times.

3 Factors Required for Success with Mobile Technologies for Development

Innovation and Best Practice in Mobile Technologies for Development is a review of innovation in the ICT entrepreneurship/mobile internet/mobile related applications space by Silvia Masiero, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Learn How Mobile Money Cash Grants are the Future of Development

A huge aspect of international development is capacity building – training and supporting people to change their behaviour and improve their skills in ways perceived to be better. But don’t people already know what they need to do to better themselves? And aren’t they capable of making those decisions? So why not just give them the cash to do it.

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