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Community Radio Soap Opera Starts Researching What Ugandans Think About Democracy

Rising Voices note: This post by Emmanuel Gira continues our series of blog posts written from the perspective of our grantee projects. This post comes from the Common Community – Radio Soap project taking place in Lira, Uganda.

Podcast: Food is Life

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Los Inespertos Set Off to Find the Information in the Streets

Rising Voices note: This is a grantee update provided by Radio Los Inestables based in Córdoba, Argentina.

How Can We Successfully Partner with Mobile Network Operators?

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and development organizations need each other, but few preexisting partnerships have yielded success stories worth boasting about. MNOs offer scale and an established structure for services, while development organizations offer unique insight and connections to “untapped” markets such as rural populations and women. At the July 23 Tech Salon “How Can...

Data Privacy Advisory Group: Call for Nominations

Author: 
Mila Romanoff
 
 
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OSCON 2014: Ignites, Expo, Ushahidi Platform V3, CrisisNET, BRCK

A few of us Ushahidians spent this past week at OSCON 2014 (Open Source Conference) in beautiful sunny (well, almost) Portland, OR and here is our report back to you on the festival of all things open source.

Building Clogher Power!

Rising Voices note: This post by Sopheap Chak continues our series of blog posts written from the perspective of our grantee projects. This post comes from the Empowering Clogher Project taking place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Field of dreams

Two years ago this summer, long-time friend Erik Hersman and I took a stroll through this grass meadow in St. Ives, a small market town in Cambridgeshire where I work from a small office above a supermarket. Erik was on holiday, but that didn’t stop us taking a long walk discussing life, family and work.

Real World Ushahidi: Kenya

I’ve been on and off the road since the end of June, it’s nearing the end of July, I’m not going to lie, the adventure has been unbelievably amazing, but I am excited for a hot water shower and the comfort of my own bed! The past two weeks have been a whirlwind. I’ve been in seven different airports, six different countries, and three different continents.

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