August, 2017

Rob Goodier

Ten ICTs Connecting Farmers to the World

August 31, 2017

Internet and communications technologies have transformed farms in the world’s developing and underserved communities. In the past, digital tools...

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Rob Goodier

The Babajob story: How Blue-Collar India Finds Work

August 30, 2017

In 2004, Anirudh Krishna published a study that changed the life of an American and set off a chain...

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Elisabeth van Overbeeke

Easing Land Conflict in DRC: An Introduction to Open-Source Mapping Tools

Beni, a vibrant city in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, is home to approximately half a million people , but...

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Caroline Wolfe

Manual wheelchair design and production in low-resource settings

August 28, 2017

Complex challenges await designers developing wheelchairs for low-resource settings, but the result could be life-changing for the people who...

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Grace Burleson

Evaluating Development Technology: Quantitative and Qualitative Recommendations

August 24, 2017

Every year, thousands of products are distributed to communities in low-resource settings. Unfortunately, many of these products are underused...

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Michael Moscherosch

Sanitary pads for underserved populations – two common approaches

August 21, 2017

Without access to affordable napkins, girls and women in developing countries might miss up to 50 days of school...

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Rowena Barber

The new face of women in water

August 16, 2017

Women are often underrepresented in the engineering field, and water is no exception. Women play critical roles in all...

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Susan Davis

Why companies should not sell or give technology intended for individual and household use to NGOs

August 14, 2017

When I worked at CARE, I used to get these calls about once a month. “Hi, I’m Bob! I...

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Noel Wilson

Gallery: Ishow in Photos

August 9, 2017

If you’ve ever been to an iShow you’ll know that they are long, information-dense single-day events in three urban...

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Rob Goodier

Fighting Latin American corruption with civic tech: Five questions for Anca Matioc

August 4, 2017

Growing up in Romania, political corruption was a family dinner conversation, and Anca Matioc has translated that ingrained interest...

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