Ally Shares Her Experience in Program

ASU Lodestar Center

My name means River; it is the capital and largest city in the West African country Niger. posted by Niamey Thomas Class 12 Public Ally. My name is Niamey Thomas. My name represents the essence of power, strength and peace, which I try to embody every day. I am Black and Mexican and I am a creator.

Niger 40

Green Technology Summit Heads to Europe (and It's Kind Of a Big Deal)

Tech Soup Blog

Since 2005, the organization has sent more than 17,000 computers and mobile phones to schools, small businesses, and NGOs in Burkina Faso, Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Madagascar, and Niger. It's been 12 years since our own Jim Lynch teamed up with Willie Cade at PC Refurbishers and Recyclers to start the very first International Computer Refurbishers Summit (ICRS).


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TechSoup French Partner Leads the Way to Sustainable Tech

Tech Soup Blog

In partnership with Orange France and Emmaus International, Clic Vert has developed electronics recycling and refurbishment workshops in Burkina Faso, Benin, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Madagascar, and Togo to organize the collection and repair of used mobile phones. There are very few charities I've come across that are as wide-ranging in their tech-for-good work as our French TechSoup Global partner, Ateliers du Bocage (ADB).

Hold my calls

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Last weekend I met Canadian filmmaker Sylvain l'Esperance, whose wonderful documentary about life in the Niger Inland Delta region of Mali was showing at the Toronto Hot Docs film festival. Technology Review published a survey of the role of mobile technology in the developing economies this past January. Going beyond the merely anecdotal, the article tried to put some metric on the role mobile technology plays in growth in these countries.

Niger 40

Traveling Postcards: Interview with Founder, Caroline Lovell

Have Fun - Do Good

What started out as a personal art project has grown into a global community project that has created over 800 handmade cards carrying voices to and from the Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, Costa Rica, Niger, Namibia, America, Haiti and Afghanistan.