ICTDev Pulse

A call for sanity – not innovation – in humanitarian tech.

If you’re a socially-focussed tech organisation working with refugees, it’s been a pretty tough few months. Not only have you had to deal with the ever-growing number of people fleeing conflict – now at record levels – but you’ve had to deal with the politics of the ‘humanitarian technology sector’.

Data Privacy Day Roundup

Author: 
Global Pulse
The international data privacy and data protec

Mobile phone interventions for improving economic and productive outcomes for farm and non - farm rural enterprises and households in low and middle - income countries

The link between economic growth, development and the ability to communicate over distances is a topic that has been extensively debated in available literature. There are three possible impacts of improved communication technologies: they are beneficial in development terms, they are neutral; or they are harmful.

Teaming up with Academia to Accelerate Local Innovations

Author: 
Pulse Lab Kampala
Pulse Lab Kampala is always looking for win-win co

How Can Libraries Empower Youth with Digital Skills?

Outside of school, many Moldovan students can have trouble finding a place to practice new skills and share newfound knowledge with others. Moldova’s public libraries are becoming modern venues equipped to let students and others practice skills
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