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· November, 2009

Stories about Kenya from November, 2009

28 November 2009

Africa: Why are African intellectuals so depressing?

One East African Musician beats all odds for a global fan base

Not many know her as Mwanaisha Abdalla but Nyota Ndogo (Kiswahili for Small Star), is a household name in East Africa. She has been collecting fans of her eclectic East...

25 November 2009

Video: End Violence Against Women Around the World

Today, November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and through videos, many people and organizations around the world are expressing their need to end...

24 November 2009

Can ICTs aid small-scale farmers?

The Future of ICT for Development

The world's small-scale farmers grow a large amount of food and provide many important jobs in rural areas. However, they do their work at great economic and environmental risk. How...

20 November 2009

Kenya: Inventor of the World Wide Web lands in Kenya

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is in Kenya: “Credited with inventing the World Wide Web(WWW), Sir Tim Berners- Lee is in town and was today at the Strathmore University for an Interactive...

9 November 2009

Kenya: Mwai Kibaki and Odinga must co-operate with ICC

Uganda & Kenya: In Search of e-Governance

The Future of ICT for DevelopmentTechnology for Transparency Network

Good governance has been linked to gains in economic and human development. Governments have begun using technologies to offer more citizen services, expand transparency and make information more accessible. We...

3 November 2009

Kenya: Nairobi Christmas Tourism Expo

Kenya: Blogging the first open map of Kibera

The future of ICT4D: How soon is now?

The Future of ICT for Development

In the final of three posts on the future of ICTs for development, we examine a few projects that could change the way people leverage technology in rural areas.

Kenya: Bloggers discuss first Kenyan gay marriage

A Kenyan gay couple caused an outrage when they decided to be joined in a civil union, the whole nation cried “foul, that's not right.” Charles and Daniel legalized their...

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