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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 15, 2012

The “researcher effect” – Day 3 at ICTD 2012


The 3rd day of the ICTD 2012 conference has not lost any of the energy and psych that it began with! Today was full of interesting (and some controversial) presentations, which were all streamed live at We started in the morning with a discussion of the important contribution of

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 14, 2012

ICTD 2012 Day 2

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Bringing you a short tidbit from Day 2 at the ICTD 2012 conference in Atlanta. Today was largely based around 2 plenary sessions (rather than break-out sessions like yesterday). We also had the honor to hear from Honorable Minister Omobola Johnson from the Nigerian Ministry of Communications Technology. One of

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 13, 2012

Problem: 7,000 doctors serve a Nation of 40 million people. Solution: MedAfrica


This post has been cross posted from the World Wide Web Foundation blog here. In September of 2011, two Kenyan geeks – Mbugua Njihia and Steve Mutinda – presented their unreleased product to an audience of US angel investors and technology experts – you may recall a blogpost we dedicated

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 13, 2012

The New Nomads and Cloud Computing in Africa – Public Lecture by Carnegie Mellon University – Rwanda

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  Carnegie Mellon University – Rwanda (CMU-R) will host an evening of intellectual engagement as we hear from Dr. Michel Bézy, of Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda. Dr. Professor Michel Bézy, will be giving a public lecture on “The New Nomads and Cloud Computing in Africa”: The Nomads of the Sahara

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 13, 2012

iHub Research at ICTD 2012 Conference (Atlanta, Georgia, USA)

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iHub Research is happy to be part of the ICTD 2012 conference being held in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference is running from March 12 – 15th, 2012 and has brought together the most passionate ICTD practitioners and academics. This morning opened with a keynote speech from our very own David

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