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Sunday, September 13, 2009

I and C, then T

Last week some Plan USA staff got together at Plan’s Washington, DC office as part of our ongoing discussions on how Plan globally could better use ICTs and social media as enablers in our work and to improve program outcomes.  We had the honor of some amazing minds to support us, including Josh Nesbit (@joshnesbit) from FrontlineSMS: Medic, Dave Isaak from SixBlue Data (@sixblue_data), Michael Downey from Indiana University (@downeym), and Wayan Vota from Inveneo (@wayan_vota).  Continue reading...


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4 comments:

  1. Linda: It was great meeting with you and the Plan team last week. I'm happy to see that we're on the same page with respect to the need to put people first when designing technology-based (or any, actually) aid projects.

    My colleagues and I stand ready to support you and yours however we can, and we're looking forward to it!

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  2. Michael - same for me! I'm really excited to take our ideas forward.

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  3. Hi Micheal! how can i contribute to this wonderful project? I was born and raised in Kwale then moved to Nairobi. I am doing a project to support people in Kwale town, and i would love to share this with you.

    Mark Mwadama

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  4. Hi Mark and thanks for your comment! Can you send me your contact information? I can put you in touch with our staff in Kwale and/or Nairobi.
    Linda

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