Archive for the ‘Social Change’ Category

Nimbus signs DFID contract for Asia Anti-Trafficking Programme

The pilot project called ‘Vivhaan’ which means ‘the dawn of a new day’ or ‘new beginning’ in Hindi, runs between November 2011 and May 2012. The consortium led by Nimbus and Stop The Traffik is trying to address two major issues, firstly, the provision of information to women and girls in impoverished communities, to raise awareness of human trafficking and empower them to make informed decisions about their future; secondly, to bring a greater level of co-ordination to stakeholders, across India and Bangladesh, engaged in fight human trafficking, by gathering information and intelligence of trafficking activities.

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Supporting Policy Advisors and Researchers at DFID

Last week, we had the privilege of running a thought-provoking seminar on the use of mobiles in development for policy advisers and researchers at the U.K.’s Department for International Development (DFID).

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Mobile technologies for social transformation – Part 2

The reconstructed Living Lab (Rlabs) grew out of a collaboration between Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Impact Direct Ministries and the Bridgetown Civic Organisation.

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Mobile Technologies for Social Transformation – Event

Mobile Technologies for Social Transformation – JamiiX Launch Event Tuesday 5 October 2010, 3.30 – 6.30pm at the […]

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Mobile technologies for social transformation – Part 1

It’s nearly a year now since I started my journey into mobile technologies for social transformation. I have […]

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