20 July 2015 | "Let us put aside what divides us and overcome narrow self-interest in favor of working together for the common well-being of humanity." With those inspiring words, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon kicked off last week’s Addis Ababa conference on...
22 July 2015 | Here’s your last chance to catch a slice of the action as the Tech in Asia Tour concludes with its eighth stop in Singapore, with a mission to send the best startups to Tokyo this September.
19 June 2015 | Think Beyond Microfinance When Talking About Businesswomen AllAfrica.com As the Third International Financing for Development conference kicks off in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Africa is set to begin implementing its ambitious 50-year development...
10 July 2015 | Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider based in China, has been chosen by the Tanzanian government to provide technical advice to the East African country's ICT sector, the Xinhua News Agency...
6 July 2015 | In last two and a half years mPower Social Enterprises Ltd has been working with Dhaka Ahsania Mission and Care Bangladesh to implement an USAID awarded five years 'Ag Extension Project' which aims...
15 July 2015 | Innovation, in the humanitarian realm, is about finding sustainable and dignified solutions to the most pressing issues that affect the wellbeing of people affected by conflict, man-made or natural disasters, diseases, and food insecurity.
15 July 2015 | Kenyan startups need to improve on several key areas that include graphic design, integration of their applications, specialized skills and work on products capable of scaling up Kenya...
7 July 2015 | There's virtually no Internet access in Cuba, but that isn't stopping a generation of young entrepreneurs (and U.S. companies like Airbnb and Google) from creating a digital future for their country--today.
Jane Coffin's insight:
Amazing creativity and energy in Cuba. Exciting to see what may come when more people have access to the net.
30 June 2015 | Facebook is getting serious about making money in Africa.
Jane Coffin's insight:
For many Internet companies - you will need to put people on the ground and work with stakeholder and governments just like "traditional" companies. If you want spectrum for your services (you need spectrum to make things work), you will need to learn how to talk to governments...Not a criticism, just an observation.
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