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Liberia

Faith-based organizations play a key role in providing health care in many parts of the world. According to the World Health Organization, faith-based organizations own and operate an estimated 30% to 70% of health facilities in some African countries.

Notes on PopTech

I first attended PopTech in 2009, and I had very little idea of what I was getting into. I had never heard of “design thinking” and though I had been working with technology and social change, I was new to the wider field of “innovation.” So PopTech was pretty mind-blowing for me.

Ushahidi Partnership Days 2014: Day 2

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[This is the first post of a two-part series written by Arushi Jain, Betty Mutimba and Natasha Wissanji]

Achuar and Shuar Community Voices Broadcasting Online

Rising Voices Grantee Project Update

Photo provided by project. Photo provided by project.

Restoring Radio to Stop Ebola in Liberia

In a post-conflict nation with low literacy and internet access, community radio is the only place for residents to access information, share their perspectives and engage with government and each other.

The First Stories about Girls’ Lives in Kyrgyzstan

Rising Voices Grantee Project Update

Two months ago, we started writing our own stories and publishing them on our blog. We then started collecting other girls’ stories from different districts of Kyrgyzstan. Their stories are all very different.

Amazon Web Services re:Invent Hackathon

(Las Vegas, US) 24 hours before the first keynote, join developers, AWS engineers and other cloud ninjas for the annual AWS re:Invent Hackathon.

Big Data, Good Data

The sixth edition of the series ‘Science of Networks’ will focus on the use of big data for the welfare of society. People produce big data everyday and various service providers use that for better marketing.
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