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Community wireless network initiatives in DR Congo, Cameroon, and South Sudan aim to increase internet access at lower cost to users than traditional networks.
South Sudan faces notable challenges as it heads into a 3rd of year of independence. ICT is one that hinges on broader economic success.
Sketchnote artist Julian Kuecklich has summarized discussions from last year’s Media & Makers: Juba 2012 gathering.
How can open source technology be helpful for the city of Juba, South Sudan to sustain development?
A two-day conference aims to find ways to make Juba (and other post-conflict cities) the world’s first Open Source city.
Thoughts on what independence for Southern Sudan will mean for ICT-related activities in the region.