Volunteerism & ICTs: Norway
Norway at a Glance
Get Involved with ICVolunteers' Projects in Norway
ICVolunteers-Switzerland is the Swiss branch of ICVolunteers. Historically, the Swiss office is the cradle of the whole organization. ICVolunteers has local presence in a growing number of countries, including Norway.
We invite you to look over what we are doing in the area.
ICVolunteers Projects in Norway:
Fight against Landmines
With two months remaining until the international treaty banning cluster bombs is opened for signature in Norway at the beginning of December, civil society representatives are calling on all States to announce their intent to sign.
Africa@home: Volunteer Computing for Africa
While you are sending an email or surfing the web, your computer could be helping to tackle one of Africa's greatest humanitarian challenges, malaria.
Conference on Volunteering and ICTs
Date: 7 December 2003, 9 to 9h30 Moderator: Viola Krebs of ICVolunteers and Focal Point of the WSIS Volunteer Family Reporters: Laila Petrone, Cornelia Rauchberger.
Mon, 25 Sep 2017 04:23:13 GMT
Ceylon Chamber invites Lankan firms to join project to tap Norwegian ICT marketDaily MirrorThe ICT Gateway Project was launched by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Fair Deal AS Norway, who help find Norwegian ICT firms interested in partnering with Lankan counterparts to serve the increasing demand for ICT products ... More...
Wed, 18 Oct 2017 07:05:05 GMT
Lewiston Sun JournalCommunity Build in Norway will help save on heating expensesLewiston Sun JournalNORWAY â€” WindowDressers came to town on Saturday, Oct. 14, for a Community Build, thanks to the work of James Miller, member of the Center for an Ecology-Based Economy (CEBE). Volunteers gathered to build 30 insulated window inserts for residents ... More...
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 04:11:07 GMT
New York TimesVikings Razed the Forests. Can Iceland Regrow Them?New York Timesâ€śIt's definitely a struggle,â€ť said Mr. Jonsson, a forester who works for the private Icelandic Forestry Association and plants saplings with volunteers from the many local forestry groups in this island nation of 350,000 people. â€śWe have gained maybe ... More...