Social networks to empower human rights activists, mobile phones to support health workers, digital maps to respond to humanitarian crises, solar power to produce energy purchasable with mobile money.
Are you avid to learn how to use technologies to improve lives? Yes? This is the course for you!
15 full scholarships available
Who can apply?
1) development practitioners, researchers and students
2) proficiency English speakers
3) journalists and communication officers working in the field of communication for development
Applicants from Africa, Latin and South America, Eastern Europe, Asia have the priority.
Send your CV and motivation letter at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th January 2015. Your application will be formally examined by a jury of ICT experts and academics.