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==== Ethnographic or similar Studies ====
 
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* [Mobile Telephony access and Usage in Africa]<br>Chabossou, A.; Stork, C.; Stork, M.; Zahonogo, P - The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication<br>April 2009
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* [http://tinokreutzer.org/mobile/MobileOnlineMedia-SurveyResults-2009.pdf Generation Mobile: Online and Digital Media Usage on Mobile Phones among Low-Income Urban Youth in South Africa]<br>Tino Kreutzer, UCT, February 2009 - Complete report
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* [http://whiteafrican.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/researchictafrica-ictd2009.pdf Mobile Telephony access and Usage in Africa]<br>Chabossou, A.; Stork, C.; Stork, M.; Zahonogo, P - The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication<br>April 2009
 
* [http://www.itidjournal.org/itid/article/view/310/142 The Impact of Mobile Telephony on Developing Country Micro-Enterprise:A Nigerian Case Study]<br>A. Jagun, R. Heeks,J. Whalley<br>Fall 2008
 
* [http://www.itidjournal.org/itid/article/view/310/142 The Impact of Mobile Telephony on Developing Country Micro-Enterprise:A Nigerian Case Study]<br>A. Jagun, R. Heeks,J. Whalley<br>Fall 2008
 
* [http://www.grameenfoundation.applab.org/uploads/burrell_needs_assessment_final-1.pdf Livelihoods and the mobile phone in rural Uganda]<br>a report commissioned by Grameen regarding mobile phone practices and need in rural Uganda<br> 2008
 
* [http://www.grameenfoundation.applab.org/uploads/burrell_needs_assessment_final-1.pdf Livelihoods and the mobile phone in rural Uganda]<br>a report commissioned by Grameen regarding mobile phone practices and need in rural Uganda<br> 2008
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* [http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/africans_and_their_mobiles_part_1.php Africans and Their Mobiles, Part 1: Numbers and Usage Patterns]<br>October 2008
 
* [http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/africans_and_their_mobiles_part_1.php Africans and Their Mobiles, Part 1: Numbers and Usage Patterns]<br>October 2008
 
* [http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/africans_and_their_mobiles_part2.php Africans and Their Mobiles, Part 2: Using Mobile Phones For Social Good]<br>October 2008
 
* [http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/africans_and_their_mobiles_part2.php Africans and Their Mobiles, Part 2: Using Mobile Phones For Social Good]<br>October 2008
* [http://www.tinokreutzer.org/mobile/InternetOnlineMediaUsage(ICA).pdf Internet and Online Media Usage on Mobile Phones among Low-Income Urban Youth in Cape Town]<br>Tino Kreutzer[[br]]May 2009
 
  
 
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Revision as of 16:47, 15 March 2010

Stories/Use Cases/Projects/Papers

Introduction

This section gathers information about successful stories (or failures) about deployment of ICT in Developing Countries in general, and more specifically using mobile phones. those stories and use cases are essential to understand what are the most useful (type of) applications and content for rural communities and under-privileged populations. There is also a dedicated section for papers and articles providing information or view about MW4D.

Note to the contributors: cite your source, provide a date and short information about the content

Structure

This section section is structured around 3 themes:

  • Mobile content and usage: this section has also 3 topics: real projects on the use of mobile phone in development, ethnographic studies, and general/academic article on the use of mobile in development.
  • Technology: this section contains information about the different technologies existing to deploy content and application on mobile
  • Capacity building: this section describe the different initiatives around developing expertise on mobile technologies in developing countries

Resources

Mobile content and usage

Projects/Stories

M-agriculture
M-commerce/banking

M-education
M-health
M-Government
Crisis Management
Conservation
Humanitarian Assistance
Misc
Databases of projects from multiple domains

Ethnographic or similar Studies

M4D Academic/General Articles

enhance Plan and partners work in Africa
January 09

Business Model

Technology

  • Betavine Social Exchange
    The Betavine Social Exchange is aimed at creating mobile solution to solve social problems in a way that helps them to be sustainable i.e. there should be a clear deployment path for the solution that can be funded in the long term.
  • Mobiles in-a-box
    Mobiles in-a-box from the Tactical Technology Collective is a collection of tools, tactics, how-to guides and case studies designed to help advocacy and activist organisations use mobile technology in their work.
  • A Mobile Voice: The Use of Mobile Phones in Citizen Media
    Dynamics of the role of mobile phones in enhancing access to and creating information and citizen-produced media. trends in the use of mobile telephony with a focus on software and platforms that make content creation and broadcasting easier.
    MobileActive.org - November 2008

SMS

  • MobileHacking.org
    "Wiki for people interested in developing computer and mobile phone applications that involve various telephony interfaces such as voice dialing, IVR, and SMS functionality."
    Nov. 2008-Still maintained

Voice

Mobile Web

Misc

Usability/HCI
Architecture
Review of existing tools

Capacity Building

  • EPROM
    An MIT project based in Kenya focusing on offering Mobile Phone Programming curriculum.
    August 2008-Still running
  • List of projects issued from EPROM
  • mobility
    A collaborative project which brings together some of the leading academics, technicians, educators and practitioners in the IT and mobile fields with the common goal of developing an exciting and empowering range of tools and resources to unlock the power of mobile applications development for users in the developing world.
  • MIT AITI Group
    Africa Information Technology Initiative

Misc