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Digital Divide Data: our Partner in Laos

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

While our activities often creates jobs beyond the core high technology jobs around software development and user support, we don't see it as our core competency. The DDD student staff people work half days at DDD, proofing textbooks to make them accessible to students with print disabilities. and ship the images and recognized text to Laos (and several other countries with other partners, including of course the U.S.). The head of DDD's Laos office is Ms.

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A History of How Modern ESG Came to Be

sgEngage

Companies involved in the production of Agent Orange are still facing lawsuits from victims, both US veterans and civilians from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, to this day. . By 1994, investors had access to 26 sustainable funds, with assets of around $1.9

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Using SMS in the Field

NTEN

Our campaign managers in the field have been experimenting with using SMS to reach target audiences to spread news and information, campaign messages, and news about campaign activities. This campaign needs to communicate details about all hunting laws, most of which are completely unknown to the average person. Each SMS message starts with “Dornod Pride Campaign:” to connect the message with all other Pride activities and ends with “(WCS)” to identify the message sender.

Vietnam and Indonesia Join TechSoup Asia’s Growing Family

Tech Soup Blog

VietNet-ICT’s vision is to narrow the digital divide by providing ICT access to poor people in Vietnam. VietNet-ICT also actively participates in policy discussions to formulate laws and policies relating to information, technology, and communication towards sustainable development and equity. All people deserve equal access to opportunities.