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Capacity and skill development Community networks being complementary models deployed and owned by the community, often suffer from a lack of technical and business capacities to run these networks. Digital
Digital rights and the gender digital divide The Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) session analyzed the Impacts of digitization on marginalized groups and the effects of digitization on social welfare services.
Favourable digital policy frameworks are the cornerstone of innovation. Bridging digital policy gaps for rural and disadvantaged urban impoverished communities should take a multi-stakeholder approach engaging both policymakers, community connectivity
Perspectives and Resolutions at the 2022 IGF on Connectivity for the Global Majority Perspectives on Community Networks as Last Mile Solutions Community networks dominated the corridors of the 2022 Global
Tanzania School of Community Networks – Third Edition The third edition of the Tanzania School of Community Networks (TZSCN) convened by Kasulu Community Networks Cooperative took place on 1 –
Hello all, ITU is conducting an ecosystem mapping for last-mile connectivity projects in Kenya and is looking for a short-term research consultant. https://jobs.itu.int/job/Technical-Expert-Assessment-of-last-mile-connectivity-projects-in-Kenya/848096155/
By Florence Ouma People with limited vision and reliance on screen readers still do not have complete accessibility to social media content. We can remedy that with some steps. What
By Florence Awino and Neema Mujesia On 5th October 2022, KICTANet attended a workshop organized by Pollicy in conjunction with CREAW Kenya to assess the impact of online gender-based violence
By Nicodemus Nyakundi Today, KICTANet attended a consultative meeting, organized by the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) in collaboration with Netflix, on their upcoming Parental Digital Literacy program (PADiL). In
From 26th to 27th September 2022, KICTANet participated in the decolonising the internet workshop hosted by FEMNET and Whose Knowledge. The two-day workshop focused on Feminist Movement Building and knowledge