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 … Read moreHelping Malaysian Homemakers – Mothers On A Mission: eHomemakers Of Malaysia

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 … Read moreGender Equity In ICTs For Development

Mobile Help-Line For Women Tops Gender And ICT Awards 2005

Source: Gender and ICT Awards Manila, Philippines, September 22, 2005–Pallitathya, an innovative Mobile Help-Line programme via cell phones for underprivileged women in rural Bangladesh beat thirty other entries from all over the Asia-Pacific to win this year’s Gender and Information & Communication Technology (GICT) Awards sponsored by the Association for Progressive Communications Women’s Networking Support … Read moreMobile Help-Line For Women Tops Gender And ICT Awards 2005

Wheel Power – A Good View At The Movies For The Disabled

Source: Anthony Thanasayan from Disabled Peoples’ International It has been some time since we last caught up with some of the interesting disability happenings around the world. Most of the stories today have been picked from Inclusion Daily Express (IDE) – an excellent daily e-mail news and disability rights information service from Spokane, Washington, the … Read moreWheel Power – A Good View At The Movies For The Disabled