1. CHRAGG sms for human rights

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    Spider supported the Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance in Tanzania to develop a system where citizens can report human rights violations and file complaints via SMS. Wilfred Warioba and CHRAGG shares the results. Introduction by Theophilus Mlaki.

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    • Spider Tanzania Projects

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      What can ICT contribute to developing projects? Here are stories from three Spider projects in Tanzania. The projects in the video are: ICT for Mother and Child Health - Intervention and Technologies Ideas Development Organization (ITIDO) SMS for Human Rights - Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG), ICT for Public Access to Cultural Resources - National Museum and House of Culture

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      • Presentation by Naly Pilorge, Director of LICADHO

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        • Introduction to debate: ICT for Human Rights

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          • INTERVIEW: Angela Oduor Lunganti - People>Tools!

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            There is a lot we can learn about building communities through technology from software companies in Africa. In her talk, Angela will draw on her longstanding experience with Ushahidi and AkiraChix. Highlighting best practices for community engagement, she will also touch upon the question how to empower people to make an impact with open source technologies, cross-sector partnerships and ground-breaking ventures and how to effectively involve women in tech. Furthermore, Angela will show examples of current developments in the field. Angela Oduor Lungati was born in Ukraine and raised in Nairobi, Kenya. Her work involves creating and managing programs for Ushahidi’s diverse community, as well as mentoring members of Ushahidi’s global open-source developer ecosystem. She has experience as a software developer since 2010 to date. She is passionate about building powerful platforms and providing technical support to users of all new tools Ushahidi makes. She’s a first class honors’ graduate from Strathmore University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology. She is also co-founder of AkiraChix, a non-profit organization that aims to develop a successful force of women in technology in Africa through training, mentorship and networking.

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            • FAIR Madagaskar

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              Short documentary of FAIR project in Madagascar and FAIR in general.

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              • ICTs as Tools for Developing Regions by Professor Charles Steinfield

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                This clip features Professor Charles Steinfield, who provides an overview of a talk he was to give on the role of information and communication technologies for development, focusing on their role in the agricultural context. Distilling key lessons learned from his field research with Professor Susan Wyche, he touched on the kinds of technologies being used, the implications of their use, and the barriers to further success. This brief overview conveys the substantive areas he will be addressing in more depth in a seminar that followed. Professor Steinfield's work is supported by USAID, which funds MSU's Global Center for Food Systems Innovation (GCFSI). A copy of his report with Susan Wyche on ICTs and development is available from the GCFSI web site at http://gcfsi.isp.msu.edu.

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                • Digital empowerment training boosted #C4N14 Fellow Alina Karki's confidence

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                  From July 21st to August 1st, we organized a digital empowerment training for 21 young women in Nepal. The two-week training boosted their digital skills and empowered them as future leaders. Alina Karki was one of the trainees. www.codefornepal.org

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                  • #C4N14 Fellow Yogina Shakya explains what she learnt from digital empowerment training

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                    From July 21st to August 1st, we organized a digital empowerment training for 21 young women in Nepal. The two-week training boosted their digital skills and empowered them as future leaders. Yogina Shakya was one of the trainees. www.codefornepal.org

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                    • Education and Technology in Cameroon

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                      Digital Bridge explores the intersection of Education in Cameroon and the necessity of educating technology in the 21st century.

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