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Rural Web

Rural Web offers tools and services to individuals and organizations which help to apply ICT for Development and achieve personal, professional, business or community development. “Our Way” is a philosophy or life method which can help to use these tools in every day life. Our main service is offering a Chest of Knowledge – links to all kinds of online resources created by ourselves or third parties, which will mostly benefit people from developing countries or organizations working in international development.

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SAWBO – Scientific animations

Scientific Animations Without Borders™ (SAWBO) is a University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign based program. SAWBO transforms extension information on relevant topics such as agriculture, disease and women’s empowerment, into 2D, 2.5D and 3D animations, which are then voice overlaid into a diversity of languages from around the world. All SAWBO animations are made freely available to anyone wishing to…

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Thare Machi Education

We take simple life-saving information and make it accessible by some of the world’s poorest people – especially women and children. We do this by making interactive audio visual lessons in the user’s own language. The interactivity means the user has to answer questions correctly in order to complete the lesson. There is also a quiz for each topic which provides a…

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Leaflet

I made this leaflet in English and Dutch for the MyWorld event which I’ve been at on 25 October 2014 in Utrecht. A lot of interesting workshops were given, including one by Inemarie Dekker. 2014_RuralwebA5_EN_sDownload 2014_RuralwebA5_NLDownload

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Soft Production Afrca

Soft Production Africa is a a graphic and webdesign bureau which also gives practical training in marketing and design to youngsters, which helps them to sell more products. Kim Nooij visited them while in Ghana and wrote a blog about this inspring enterprise.  The youth program already has 8 participants.  When they sign up, they note down their level of experience….

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9 years ago

Scientific Animations Without Borders™ (SAWBO) is a University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign based program. SAWBO transforms extension information on relevant topics such as agriculture, disease and women’s empowerment, into 2D, 2.5D and 3D animations, which are then voice overlaid into a diversity of languages from around the world. All SAWBO animations are made freely

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9 years ago

We take simple life-saving information and make it accessible by some of the world’s poorest people – especially women and children. We do this by making interactive audio visual lessons in the user’s own language. The interactivity means the user has to answer questions correctly in order to complete the lesson. There is also a quiz for

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10 years ago

I made this leaflet in English and Dutch for the MyWorld event which I’ve been at on 25 October 2014 in Utrecht. A lot of interesting workshops were given, including one by Inemarie Dekker.

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10 years ago

Soft Production Africa is a a graphic and webdesign bureau which also gives practical training in marketing and design to youngsters, which helps them to sell more products. Kim Nooij visited them while in Ghana and wrote a blog about this inspring enterprise.  The youth program already has 8 participants.  When they sign up, they note

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10 years ago

What’s up? As expected, Rural Web has continued to grow and develop in the past half year. Developments took a slower pace than planned, but still: we can be proud of our achievements! Rweb in actionRural Web (Rweb) is a community of people who believe life long learning and ICT skills form the keys to development.

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10 years ago

University of the People (UoPeople) is the world’s first non-profit, tuition- free, accredited online university dedicated to opening the gates to higher education for all individuals otherwise constrained. The University embraces the worldwide presence of the Internet and dropping technology costs to bring tuition-free undergraduate degree programs to qualified high school graduates around the world. UoPeople offers Associates and Bachelors

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10 years ago

I made this leaflet in English and Dutch for the MyWorld event which I’ve been at on 25 October 2014 in Utrecht. A lot of interesting workshops were given, including one by Inemarie Dekker.

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10 years ago

What’s up? As expected, Rural Web has continued to grow and develop in the past half year. Developments took a slower pace than planned, but still: we can be proud of our achievements! Rweb in actionRural Web (Rweb) is a community of people who believe life long learning and ICT skills form the keys to development.

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10 years ago

In March this 2014, Inemarie Dekker indicated she had to quit being Rural Web’s manager by lack of time because of the success of her own company. We are very glad for her and wish her the very best. We also thank her from the bottom of our hearts for all that she’s done for

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10 years ago

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11 years ago

Our question to you: RuralWeb is looking for volunteers with the love for ICT, didactics, design and /or internet-search who can help out regularly with one or more below activities below: Your helping hands will be of great importance, since you will work on the very basics of RuralWeb, where others could build upon! Interested? Please

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12 years ago

ICT brings tremendous opportunities – privately and in business – to Africa. RuralWeb helps out to master ICT to those who do not have access to this huge source of information. As an African, what is the use of a smart phone, when you only can choose from applications that show you restaurants in Ney

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