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Everything You Need to Know About the SDG ICT Playbook: From Innovation to Impact

by: Lauren Bowen on Sep 21, 2015

What are the Sustainable Development Goals and why do they matter?

Making Net Connections: Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015

by: Ed Happ, Founding Chairman, NetHope and Chief Information Officer, International Federation of Red Cross and Crescent Societies on Aug 3, 2015

Imagine Cup is Microsoft’s signature youth technology competition engaging students from 100 countries around the world. Ed Happ has been an Imagine Cup judge since 2008.

RFA for Zimbabwe GBi Payment Innovations Small Grants

by: NetHope Payment Innovations on Aug 3, 2015

NetHope is issuing this RFA to USAID implementing partners and other non-governmental organizations working in Zimbabwe to support their transition from cash to digital payments and to document those lessons learned.

Technology Integration Takes Root at 7th Annual ICT4D Conference

by: Lauren Woodman on Jun 5, 2015

To do more, the global development sector needs to think more like technology companies. This can be accomplished by embracing an agile mindset that is committed to building products and programs quickly, getting them into the field, measuring the results, and learning from real world scenarios. Too often the global development sector takes too long to act, stalling innovation.

Trust and flexible response aids NetHope Nepal effort

by: Michael Corley, The Patterson Foundation on May 29, 2015

Why is trust in a partnership so important?  Because it allows for flexibility and it creates an efficiency in decision making, especially when it comes to urgent needs.

How Technical Communities Are Helping Engineer Better Responses to Global Crises

by: Jennifer Chan, NetHope Informatics Coordinator on May 21, 2015

When was the last time you heard news about the Ebola outbreak? In the past few months, the coverage has become less common as new infections being reported approaches zero. The fight isn’t over, but as the situation continues to improve and experts have additional time to analyze the epidemic, a number of lessons learned are beginning to emerge. One in particular worth noting is the role of digital volunteers in countering crises.

World Vision Sierra Leone Honors NetHope

by: Paige Dearing on Apr 16, 2015

Last week, Leslie A. Scott, National Director of World Vision Sierra Leone, honored NetHope for our financial, moral and technical support in their Ebola relief efforts. Take a look at the beautiful gift they gave to us! We thank them for their efforts in the Ebola response.

Television White Spaces Pilot Supports Maternal Health Efforts in Rural Botswana

by: Monica Jerbi on Apr 7, 2015

Hospitals and clinics in outlying areas of Botswana to access specialized maternal health care services remotely, thanks to a new pilot project unveiled in March 2015.

Catalyzing support for communications recovery in Vanuatu

by: Michael Corley, The Patterson Foundation on Mar 25, 2015

Vanuatu. Three weeks ago, most of us had never heard of this island nation in the South Pacific Ocean and most of us couldn’t pronounce it (vah-noo-ah-too) correctly. However, this was not important to The Patterson Foundation (TPF) when we received an email from our international partner, NetHope, which was quickly mobilizing in response to its NGO partners’ requests to restore information and communication technology (“ICT”) on the islands after they were devastated by Cyclone Pam.

How Jordan’s New OurCity Facebook Game Empowers Youth to Become Engaged Citizens

by: Monica Jerbi on Feb 17, 2015

Can serious online games empower youth to develop the civic knowledge, awareness, and motivation they need to become engaged citizens who work together to improve their communities? The beta release of OurCity—a new free Facebook city-building and civic education game—is being piloted in Jordan for the next few months to find out.

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