Category: NEWS

eHomemakers ED Was Chosen As The APRICOT 2014 Ambassador

APRICOT 2014: Interview 1   APRICOT 2014: Interview 2

November 29, 2013 0

eHomemakers Won 2012 ISIF Asia Award

eHomemakers’ ECHO system has just won the Information Society Innovation Fund (ISIF Asia) award under the category ‘Code for the common good’. The ISIF Asia is a grants and awards program aims to stimulate creative solutions to ICT needs in the Asia Pacific region.   Source: ISIF Award

November 7, 2012 0

Women Lead The Way

Source: The Star News

November 4, 2010 0

Limited Resources, Unlimited Potential

Source: New Straits Times     WOULDN’T it be simpler if you just gave them cash and told them to be on their way? That’s probably the commonsense approach to corporate sponsorships. And we all know that such sponsorships are not without the element of branding/advertising. “It’s not charity. It’s not a give-and-walk-away. It’s a…
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April 3, 2006 0

Microsoft UP Grant For eHomemakers

Source: Press release from Microsoft Malaysia   Unlimited Potential (UP) is a community learning programme set up by Microsoft to help underserved communities worldwide to participate in ICT skills training. The UP programme partners with local organizations to benefit the community through software technology donation, localized curriculum, training grants and community technology and learning centres.…
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March 31, 2006 0

Asia Community Affairs Grantee Meeting

Source: Microsoft

March 31, 2006 0

Rethinking The Digital Divide

Source: Shom Teoh from The Star Intech The Salaam Wanita experience illustrates one way of employing information and communication technology (ICT) to reduce poverty but it should not be emulated blindly, says Chong Sheau Ching who heads the support group. Instead, she hopes that it would motivate others to review the models that have been…
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March 2, 2006 0

Helping Malaysian Homemakers – Mothers On A Mission: eHomemakers Of Malaysia

Source: AdvocacyNet News The eHomemakers network, launched in Malaysia in 1998, is improving the lives of thousands of homemakers through the innovative use of information and communications technology (ICT). Founded by single mother Chong Sheau Ching, the primary aim of the network is to provide women with business skills and technical training that will help…
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January 31, 2006 0

Gender Equity In ICTs For Development

Source: International Development Research Centre PAN integrates a gender perspective into many of its projects, guided by a view of sustainable and equitable development in which women participate fully and women and men are represented equally. Recognizing the difference between projects that integrate an element of gender and social analysis to create gender-positive research outcomes…
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November 30, 2005 0