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Library - Case studies

In this section, you will find documents and articles providing specific examples and case studies of how technologies is being used by volunteers and/or in a social context.

We found five matches.

Online Volunteer Editors for OneWorld: better late than never?
Bill Gunyon, Project Manager, OneWorld Volunteer Editors. Dec 2003.

Through its network of 12 regional centers, OneWorld supports and facilitates an online community of over 1500 global partner organisations working for human rights and sustainable development. More...

The Spirit of Making Something Out of Nothing: Volunteers and Information Technologies
Sheba Okwenje. Dec 2003.

Contemporary Africa is full of contrasts and contradictions. More...

Voluntarism: The WOUGNET Experience
Milton Aineruhanga, Program Officer -- WOUGNET. Oct 2003.

Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is a non-governmental organisation established in May 2000 by several women organisations in Uganda to develop the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) among women as tools to share information and address issues collectively. More...
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Creating Opportunities for Poor and Marginalized Groups in the Information Society
Abantu. Oct 2003.

Impressions on the development of the Information Society. More...

Transfert du savoir, Volontariat et Internet
Sylvie Niombo. Oct 2003.

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