We hope you enjoy this edition of OLE Nepal Newsletter, a bi-monthly email newsletter from Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Nepal. It provides current news and information about the organisation and its activities and will keep you up to date with OLE Nepal's work to provide high quality education for children in Nepal.
2012-09-12: Our desire to buy the latest gadget comes at huge health cost to the people who deal with our electronic waste. But could pedal power offer a solution?
Ending the toxic smoke rising from an iconic dump in Ghana will take more than curbing Western waste
From computers to refrigerators, the world's e-waste has to end up somewhere.
Document Freedom Day 2015 Marked: Ghana To Adopt Open Standards. DOCUMENT FREEDOM DAY 2015 MARKED: GHANA TO ADOPT OPEN STANDARDS Document Freedom Day (DFD) has been marked in Accra at the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) The event was held with the view to increasing efficiency and... - PR12440225
Che legame c'è tra i pomodori italiani esportati in Africa e gli sbarchi di migranti africani in Sicilia? E in che modo i sussidi europei costringono gli agricoltori in Ghana ad abbandonare la loro te...
We've heard ideas like this before, and they almost never turn out to be more than a catchy headline
Photographer Kevin McElvaney documents a former wetland in Ghana which is home to the world's largest e-waste dumping site, and where most of the the boys and men who smash devices to get to the metals end up dying from cancer in their 20s
Whether ecommerce in Nigera, price comparison in South Africa or mobile advertising in Tanzania, African startups are changing the continent.
UNTIL recently Grace Wambui, a 14-year-old pupil in Nairobi, had never touched a tablet computer. But it took her about "one minute", she says, to work out how to use one when such devices arrived at her school, a tin shack in Kawangware, a slum in the Kenyan capital.
Techimantia (B/A), July 6, GNA - MTN Ghana Foundation has since its establishment in 2007 invested GH194162 7,000,000 in health and education projects in the coun...
and the Digital Divide in Ghana By Kwesi Atta Sakyi ...
Few events in history, if any, are simultaneously as innocuous and revolutionary as the invention of the
As mobile devices proliferate, the already huge e-waste problem will grow, and with it, the cadres of kids who scavenge their metals
The campaign group says the dismantling of discarded computers on rubbish tips exposes people to smoke and chemicals.