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  • AQDAR’s E-SAFE SCHOOL ONLINE SAFETY Khalifa Empowerment Program for Students | United Arab Emirates
    UAE E-Safe school is a brilliantly designed, Government lead project to challenge, support and recognise schools to review their e-safety provision and to develop an action plan to protect their children online. All schools have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Today, so much of students’ experience is shaped and surrounded by online media; internet access has truly become the new currency of learning. A school’s duty of care therefore increasingly applies to the online world. The programme will revolutionise online safety in all schools to protect and support a nations children online
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  • eKrishok Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID) | Bangladesh
    eKrishok is the service brand of agricultural extension service of Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID). It offers ICT enabled extension services including extension information, marketing, business planning and business management services. It also offers smart learning facility for the farmers and small agro-businesses. The service is available over phone, online and mobile apps. Since 2009, the service is operational and recognized by relevant stakeholders as the most persistence service. This involved government, private sector and development agencies while developing & delivering the service.
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  • Infomed: an innovating, socializing project at the service of Cuban public health National Information Center for the Medical Sciences (Centro Nacional de Información de Ciencias Médicas de la República de Cuba-CNICM) | Cuba
    A presentation is made of the experience gathered by the health telematic network Infomed, an innovating, socializing project at the service of professionals from the Cuban National Health System. Infomed is a portal following the latest trends and capable of building communities of practice and socializing knowledge, pioneering in the use of open systems and free software. The main information resources in the network relate to the specific features of the Cuban health system. The network is a social impact endeavor continually perfecting itself with the participation of multidisciplinary talents, and using technologies to improve healthcare in Cuba and worldwide.
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  • African School on Internet Governance Association for Progressive Communications | South Africa
    The AfriSIG aims to give Africans from diverse sectors and stakeholder groups the opportunity to gain knowledge and confidence to participate effectively in internet governance (IG) processes and debates nationally, regionally and globally. It contributes towards increasing the diversity, extent, quality and effectiveness of African participation in IG by creating a space that promotes multistakeholder learning and dialogue. The School responds to the challenge of inadequate participation by African and women stakeholders in the IG sphere, building knowledge across stakeholder groups and Africa's sub-regions by fostering dialogue on complex issues towards mainstreaming African and women’s perspectives to global internet governance.
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  • African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms Initiative Global Partners Digital | South Africa
    The African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms is a Pan-African initiative to promote human rights standards and principles of openness in Internet policy formulation and implementation on the continent. The Declaration is intended to elaborate on the principles which are necessary to uphold human and people’s rights on the Internet, and to cultivate an Internet environment that can best meet Africa’s social and economic development needs and goals. The Declaration builds on well-established international human rights instruments including the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, and aims to shape approaches to Internet policy-making and governance across the continent.
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