July, 2016

Rob Goodier

A Hardware Entrepreneur in Delhi Turns Soot into Art with a Boost from E4C

July 27, 2016

The accolades mount for Arpit Dhupar, who has collected two awards in two months for his work developing soot scrubbers that...

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Rob Goodier

TMI! How Knowledge Platforms Tame the Information Overload and Advance Global Development Through Technology

July 26, 2016

Despite the ubiquity of online information, and arguably because of it, finding reliable data to inform decisions about technology...

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Mariela Machado

Applications of Big Data for Development

July 22, 2016

Big data for development has many definitions, but one that is used most often refers to the analysis of...

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Shivani Siroya

How to use big data to make sure that financial inclusion is inclusive

July 18, 2016

InVenture is a data science company that builds financial identities for people who previously had none. Using over 10,000...

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Rob Goodier

Humanitarian Engineering Principle Four: Be a Professional Humanitarian Engineer

July 15, 2016

This is the fourth in a series on principles based on the textbook Humanitarian Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People, by Kevin...

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Jessica Pothering

Five Questions with Shashi Buluswar and Subarna Mitra, Institute for Transformative Technologies

July 12, 2016

Two years ago, a small team from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley, Calif. released an enormous volume...

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Cristian Birzer

We need to be efficient: Constructive criticism from the Humanitarian Technology conference

July 11, 2016

Some three weeks have passed since the Humanitarian Technology conference was held in Boston this year, and back on the...

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Kerstin Danert

Improving the Professionalism of Drilled Water Wells in Africa – Want to Join Us?

July 6, 2016

When I took on a consulting job to set up and lead a new theme for the Rural Water...

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Rob Goodier

How the Internet of Things Is Improving Lives and Livelihoods in Developing Countries

July 1, 2016

Wirelessly connected sensors, actuators and other hardware have already changed global development work, and signs point to bigger changes...

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