TechChange to Lead Simulation at Upcoming SAIS Conference on ICT and African Governance


During the tense electoral standoff in Cote d’Ivoire after incumbent Laurent Gbagbo refused to vacate office following his defeat, the hashtag #civic2010 was used to report abuses by dissident forces as well as refugees’ movements and needs. In Malawi, …
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TechChange to Host Digital Organizing Twitter Chat on Friday April 27th


Description: The campaign to #StopKony is approaching a critical transition. On April 20th Invisible Children will launch its Cover the Night campaign on the heels of one of the most successful viral videos of all time.

Moving …
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FrontlineSMS Zombie Apocalypse Simulation at Challenge Accepted 2012


Zombies have started to make their way into the DC Metropolitan Area! Yesterday the TechChange team delivered another FrontlineSMS simulation, this time set against the backdrop of a Zombie Apocalypse. The training was part of Challenge Accepted 2012 …
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Three Tech Advances That May Lead to a More Equitable World


This article was first published on the The Asia Foundation’s blog, In Asia.

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 “Just because they are poor and isolated doesn’t mean they don’t have the potential …
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Taking Stock and Saving Lives: How an mHealth Initiative Is Revolutionizing Healthcare in Uganda


Until recently, most health clinics in Uganda, and indeed across the continent of Africa, transmitted all of their data manually, sometimes by phone, but in most cases by sending messengers overland to each clinic — big, small, urban and …
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Presenting at Tech4Dev in May!


 

Thanks to TechChange resident conflict analysis and data guru Charles Martin-Shields for cross-posting this from his site Espresso Politics.  We’re really excited for this to be presented at Tech4Dev!  …
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