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Connectivity equals opportunity: PPPs narrow the "broadband gap"


A billboard announces the arrival of high-speed broadband internet

Support Inveneo’s Response to Fighting Ebola

Ebola has become an increasingly serious health crisis around the world, and humanitarian aid organizations in West Africa are in critical need of ICTs (Information and Communications Technologies) to effectively support health care workers. In response, Inveneo is assembling a team that is preparing to travel to Accra, Ghana.

36th International Conference of Data Protection & Privacy Commissioners: Recap & Reflections

Author: 
Mila Romanoff
There is a wealth of data, or digital traces, being ge

Shooting our hard drive into space and other ways to practise responsible development data

This book is offered as a first attempt to understand what responsible data means in the context of international development programming. It takes a broad view of development and also anticipates that some of the methods and lessons may have resonance for related fields and practitioners.

Open for Learning: Improving Access to Information in Namibia

In northern Namibia, one of the only libraries available for citizens was in a small, one-room building that lacked a variety of ICT resources.

Pursuing a Passion for Radio Leads to Employment in the West Bank

What determines whether an internship leads to a job offer? The answer lies with both the student and employer. Internships offer an opportunity for students to try different careers and for employers to match candidates to positions.

Postponing our scheduled v3 beta 9 release, again.

Hey Folks!
Last week, we committed to releasing another beta version of v3 today. However, after some internal deliberation, we have come to a decision NOT to make a release this week. We apologise for any inconveniences caused by this, and commit to getting back to our regular release schedules next week, on 30th October, 2014.

"What is Plenipot?” and other frequently asked questions about the high-level ITU conference

NEW YORK
22 October 2014
(Deborah Brown for APCNews)

The International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Plenipotentiary Conference wil

El Salvador

CapacityPlus is supporting El Salvador to implement a strategic plan for strengthening the supply chain workforce to ensure that medicines and other health commodities reach the people that need them, especially for HIV/AIDS services.
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Can the Global Fund Help Address New Health Challenges?

The world is focused on the Ebola crisis, with the most affected countries, donors, and partners scrambling to find ways to reduce new infections within countries and prevent a global epidemic.
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