Articles By Country: T-Z

Country-Specific Articles: T-Z

Tanzania:

  • “Internet Cafes: Creating a Communication Gateway for the Unconnected,” Qualcomm, 2015. {Qualcomm}
  • “E-Commerce Enablers and Barriers in Tanzanian Small and Medium Enterprises,” Kabanda et. al, The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 67, 2015. {EJISDC}
  • “New technologies for disseminating and communicating agriculture knowledge and information (AKI): Challenges for Agricultural Research Institutes (ARI) in Tanzania,” Barakabitze et. al, The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 70, 2015. {EJISDC}
  • “ICT and Governance in East Africa : Preliminary Fieldwork Findings (Part 1) Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,” iHub, Oct 9, 2014. {iHub Community)
  • “Innovative use of mobile phones for women’s empowerment in Tanzania,” Lillian Nalwoga, GISWatch, 2013. {GISWatch}
  • “Background paper on Internet regulation,” Article 19, Jul 5, 2013. {Article 19}
  • “Internet use behaviour of cybercafé users in Morogo ro Municipality, Tanzania,” Alfred F. Sipe, Annals of Library and Information Studies Vol. 60, March 2013, pp. 41-50. {ALIS}
  • “Pro-poor social and economic opportunities in the African ICT innovation ecosystem: Perspectives and case study of Iringa, Tanzania,” Hannes Toivanen, Edward Mutafungwa, Jukka Hyvönen, Elikana Ngogo, VTT Technology 32, 2012. {VTT}
  • “Country Focus: Tanzania’s State Of ICT,” Charlie Fripp, IT News Africa, Jun 7, 2012. {IT News Africa}
  • “Mobile internet costs in Tanzania,” Tanzania Conservation Resource Centre, Jan 26, 2012. {tzcrc.org}
  • “Internet and Data Services in Tanzania: A Supply-Side Survey,” TCRA, Sept 2010. {tcra.go.tz}
  • “Tanzania ICT Sector Performance Report 2010,” Research ICT Africa Vol 2 Paper 11, 2010. {Research ICT Africa}
  • “Bridging the Agricultural Knowledge and Information Divide: The Case of Selected Telecenters and Rural Radio in Tanzania,” Edda Tandi Lwoga, EJISDC, Vol 43, 2010 {EJISDC}
  • “National Internet Governance Forum 2009,” EAIGF, 2009. {eaigf.or.ke}
  • “Analyzing the usage patterns and challenges of telecenters among rural communities,” W.P. Mtega and A.W. Malekani, 2009. {ijedict.dec.uwi.edu}
  • “ICT Education in Tanzania,” GESCI, 2007. {gesci.org}
  • “A rural-urban Digital Divide? Regional aspects of Internet use in Tanzania,” Bjorn Furuholt, Stein Kristiansen, EJISDC, Vol 31, 2007. {EJISDC}
  • “Rural Communication Access Centres in Tanzania,” Lian Tan, IICD, Jul 2007. {share4dev.info}
  • “‘I Don’t Trust the Phone; It Always Lies’: Trust and Information and Communication Technologies in Tanzanian Micro- and Small Enterprises,” Thomas Molony, ITID, Vol 3, Issue 4, Summer 2006. {ITID}
  • “ICT education project amid rural connectivity challenges,” Aloyce Menda, 2006. {share4dev.info}
  • “Telecentres and transformations: Modernizing Tanzania through the internet,” Claire Mercer, Afr Aff (Lond) (April 2006) 105(419): 243-264. {Oxford Journals}

Togo:

  • “2e édition du Forum sur la Gouvernance de l’Internet du Togo,” WAIGF, April 2014. {WAIGF}
  • “Providing Access to Electronic Theses and Dissertations: A Case Study from Togo,” Joachim Shopfel and Maebena Soukoya, D-Lib Magazine, Nov/Dec 2013, Vol. 19, No. 11/12. {D-Lib}
  • “Supporting Multistakeholder Internet Public Policy Dialogue in a Least Developed Country: The Togo Experience,” Ben Akoh, iisd, July 2012 {iisd}
  • “Togo Internet Village,” GlobalGiving, 2011. {globalgiving.org}
  • “Internet in Togo,” C@Fenet, 2001. {SlideServe}

Tunisia:

  • “Enjeux et défis autour du droit d’informer sur internet,” RSF, Jan 2016. {RSF}
  • “The Impact of Censorship and Surveillance on the Economy in Tunisia,” Marwa Jabrane, iGmena, 2015. {iGmena}
  • “En Tunisie, des partenariats public-privé innovants pourraient permettre d’offrir le Très Haut Débit par fibre optique à au moins 20% de la population,” Michel Rogy, IC4D Blog, The World Bank, Feb 27, 2014. {The World Bank}
  • “Case Study #4: Al Bawsala’s web platform Marsad.tn,” Dustin Palmer, OpeningParliament.org, August 23, 2013. {OpeningParliament}
  • “Internet in Tunisia,” Aymen Amri, Lund University, March 2013. {Scribd}
  • “Tunisia: From Revolutions to Institutions, Reboot, 2012. {Reboot}
  • “Regulatory Issues for the Development of Cloud Computing in Tunisia”, ITU/ATi, June 2012. {ITU}
  • “World Bank Charts ICT-Driven Roadmap – Analysis,” Eurasia Review. Mar 18, 2012. {Eurasia Review}
  • “Internet Powers Tunisian Protests,” VOANews, Jan 17, 2011. {voanews.com}
  • “Tunisia ICT Sector Performance Review 2010,” Research ICT Africa Vol 2 Paper 12, 2010. {Research ICT Africa}
  • “Internet Filtering in Tunisia in 2005: A Country Study,” OpenNet Initiative, 2005. {OpenNet}
  • ‘How to Adapt Electronic Commerce to the Needs of a Developing Country,” Zitoun and Sghaier, 2000. {isoc.org}
  • “Internet in Tunisia,” Tunisia Online, 1998. {tunisiaonline.com}

Uganda:

  • “Harnessing the power of digital health to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission,” Edward Bitarakwate, Devex, Dec 11, 2015. {Devex}
  • “Citizens’ Use of New Media in Authoritarian Regimes: A Case Study of Uganda,” Gronlund et. al, The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 67, 2015. {EJISDC}
  • Komunte, Mary. (2015) “Usage of Mobile Technology in Women Entrepreneurs: A Case Study of Uganda,” The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 7: Iss. 3, Article 3. {AJIS}
  • “Uganda Internet eXchange Point,” Kyle Spencer, Dec 2014. {ISOC Uganda}
  • “The Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2014,” Barbarah Imaryo, NITA-U, Dec 2014. {ISOC Uganda}
  • “Report on Internet Freedom and Online Safety in Uganda,” Speak Out Uganda, Mar 2014. {Uganda Speaks}
  • “The Internet: They Are Coming For It Too!” Unwanted Witness & Hivos, Jan 2014. {Unwanted Witness}
  • “Internet Rights in Uganda: Challenges and Prospects Workshop Report, CIPESA, Nov 28, 2013. {CIPESA}
  • “Using ICTs to create awareness of legislative challenges and change,” Harriet Adong, GISWatch, 2013. {GISWatch}
  • ICT4Dem Newsletter, April 2013. {CIPESA}
  • “The Chickens and Goats of Uganda’s Internet,” An Xiao Mina, Ethnography Matters, Mar 25, 2013. {Ethnography Matters}
  • “Providing Internet Access Through Public Libraries: An Investment in Digital Inclusion and Twenty-First Century Skills,” Beyond Access, Issue Brief, November 2012. {Beyond Access}
  • Uganda National Internet Governance Forum 2012. {ISOC Uganda}
  • “Uganda Open Government data readiness study,” Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and The Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA), Apr 2012. {APC}
  • “Mobile Phones and Rural Livelihoods: Diffusion, Uses, and Perceived Impacts Among Farmers in Rural Uganda,” Brandie Lee Martin, Eric Abbott, ITID, Vol 7, Issue 4, Winter 2011. {ITID}
  • “ICT Boom for Economy, A Bust for Some Women,” IPS, Nov 2010. {ipsnews.net}
  • “Uganda Country Profile,” BMI-T, 2010. {BMI-T via Zunia}
  • “Policies, Partnerships, and Pragmatism: Lessons from an ICT-in-Education Project in Rural Uganda,” Laura Hosman, ITID, Vol 6, Issue 1, Spring 2010. {ITID}
  • “Community Re-Engagement of Youth: eParticipation Realities in Uganda and Norway,” Carol Azungi Dralega, Beathe Due, Eli Skogerbø, ITID, Vol 6, Issue 1, Spring 2010. {ITID}
  • “Telecentres in Uganda do not appeal to rural women,” GEM, Jan 19, 2010. {genderevaluation.net}
  • “Uganda ICT Sector Performance Review 2010,” Research ICT Africa Vol 2 Paper 13, 2010. {Research ICT Africa}
  • “An Easy Guide to the Internet Connectivity in Uganda,” i-network. {iicd.org}
  • “Report of the Uganda Internet Governance Online Discussion,” EAIGF, 2009. {eaigf.or.ke}
  • “In Uganda, Twitter and Facebook challenge Western media hegemony,” This Magazine, Sept 17, 2009. {this.org}
  • “EASSy workshop report Uganda,” CIPESA, May 2, 2006. {CIPESA}
  • Kyomuhendo, Grace Bantebya and Consolata Kabonesa. 2006. “ICT Liberalization in Uganda: The Impact of Mobile Telephony on Women’s Socio-economic Empowerment”. Grace 1 Project Research Report. {Grace}
  • Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET).  2006.  “Uptake and Impact of the CD-ROM “Rural Women in Africa: Ideas for Earning Money.” Grace 1 Research Report. {Grace}
  • “The Internet in an African LDC: Uganda Case Study,” Minges, Brown, and Kelly, Feb 2001. {itu.int}

Zambia:

  • “Internet Bandwidth Upgrade: Implications on Performance and Usage in Rural Zambia,” Mariya Zheleva, Paul Schmitt, Morgan Vigil, Elizabeth Belding, ITID, Vol 11, Issue 2, Summer 2015. {ITID}
  • “mHealth Country Feasibility Report: Zambia,” GSMA, 2015. {GSMA}
  • “ICT Hubs model: Understanding Factors That Make Up Bongo Hive, Lusaka Zambia,” Duncan Gathege and Hilda Moraa, *iHub Research, April 2013. {iHub Research}
  • PEJOVIC, Veljko et al. Broadband Adoption| The Bandwidth Divide: Obstacles to Efficient Broadband Adoption in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Communication, [S.l.], v. 6, p. 25, oct. 2012. ISSN 1932-8036. Available at: <http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1795/807>.
  • “A critical analysis of e-government in Zambia,” Mjumo Mzyece, The African Journal of Information and Communication, Issue 12, 2012, pp. 110-127. {wits.ac.za}
  • “Zambia: almost ready for mass market and mobile Internet?” Mark Bennett, May 21, 2012. {Slideshare}
  • “Technology retains talent,” Gertjan van Stam, ICT Update no. 62, Oct 2011. {ictupdate.cta.int}
  • “State of Competition in Zambia’s Telecommunications Sector,” Thulasoni Kaira, The African Journal of Information and Communications Issue II, 2011. {link.wits.ac.za}
  • “Zambia turns to Internet to fight climate change,” AlertNet, Apr 5, 2011. {trust.org}
  • “Zambian ICT Sector grows,” ZedFibre, Mar 15, 2011. {zedfibre.com}
  • “ICTs and development in Zambia: challenges and opportunities,” Panos, Nov 2010. {panos.org.uk}
  • D. L. Johnson, E. M. Belding, K. Almeroth and G. van Stam, “Internet usage and performance analysis of a rural wireless network in Macha, Zambia,” NSDR’10, San Francisco, CA, June 2010. {UCSB}
  • “ePiano, a case of music education via internet in rural Zambia,” Shoemaker, Kristin and van Stam, Gertjan, Proceedings of the WebSci10: Extending the Frontiers of Society On-Line, April 26, 2010. {journal.webscience.org}
  • “Report on the Zambia Telecentre Network Workshop,” SatNetwork, 2010. {Share4Dev}
  • “Zambia ICT Sector Performance Review 2010,” Research ICT Africa Vol 2 Paper 17, 2010. {Research ICT Africa}
  • “ICT4D: Challenges & Opportunities in Zambia,” John Munsaka, COMDEV/JSM Business Consultants, October 2009. {share4dev.info}
  • “Factors Affecting Adoption of e-Government in Zambia,” Kelvin Joseph Bwalya, EJISDC, Vol 38, 2009. {EJISDC}
  • “Exploring the Value of Internet in Tourism,” Milner Makuni, Sept 27, 2007. {share4dev.info}
  • “Bringing Internet connectivity to rural Zambia using a collaborative approach,” Matthee, Mweemba, Pais, van Stam, Rijken, 2007. {share4dev.info}
  • Ybarra ML, Kiwanuka J, Emenyonu N, Bangsberg DR (2006) Internet use among Ugandan adolescents: Implications for HIV intervention. PLoS Med 3(11): e433.doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0030433. {PLOS}

Zimbabwe:

  • “Bandwidth Management in the Era of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD),” Chitanana et. al, The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 68, 2015. {EJISDC}
  • “Zimbabwe’s Broadband Infrastructure: Shifting focus from supply to consumption,” Liquid Telecom, June 2014. {Slideshare}
  • “National ICT Policy Framework,” Zimbabwe Ministry of ICT, Nov 2012. {TechZim}
  • “Media Use In Zimbabwe 2012,” Broadcasting Board of Governors & Gallup, 2012. {BBG}
  • “Country Focus: Zimbabwe,” Charlie Fripp, IT News Africa, Aug 16, 2012. {IT News Africa}
  • Mbambo-Thata, Buhle, Elizabeth Mlambo and Precious Mwatsiya. 2010. “Women and online learning in Zimbabwe: A study of the University of Zimbabwe.” Grace 1 Project Research Report. {Grace}
  • “Zimbabwe Thetha Forum Highlights Key ICT Issues,” NGO Pulse, 2009. {sangonet.org.za}