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Telecentres? Network? Its types? GTA? TWDLC?
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A Telecentre is a public place where people can
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Types of Telecentres
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GDCO is a win-win PPPP 4 sharing knowledge, experience and
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DSE & GDCO Partnership

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GDCO establish Telecentre in GMAC
Develop a software (Database) for 10.000 farmers with 10%

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The online crop market and other services will be
provided through our website, voice mobile, SMS, e-mails
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Telemedicine Unit 4 treating sick people online
Training medical staff and medical students online
Supporting e-infrastruc...
GDCO trained PWD free and provide 80 of them free computers to
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there are more than 3 million out of schoolchildren in Sudan due
to poverty, climate change, digital divide and cultural i...
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illiteracy eradication
discover grazing and water area through GIS by nomads

solving conflict between farmers, forest and...
Telecentres projects are strong win-win PPPP for community development
they provide equal access
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ICT is not part of the culture and not a priority
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Develop strong public win-win PPPP to pay the initial cost of the Telecentres.
reduce the cost of management
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  1. 1. 7 – 13 October 2013 Abuja Nigeria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  2. 2. Telecentres? Network? Its types? GTA? TWDLC? I will high light on GDCO Sudan as example of accessibility tools in:Agriculture, education & telemedicine Disability & out of schoolchildren, portable Telecentres (Future) innovation in Telecentres Challenge How GDCO overcome these challenges TCF initiatives as universal access strategy 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  3. 3. A Telecentre is a public place where people can access computers, Internet, & other digital technologies that enable them to gather information to develop their skill to facilitate their lives. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  4. 4. Types of Telecentres standard Telecentre it is Telecentre that deals with Training, capacity building and skill development Knowledge Telecentre and this where GDCO share knowledge, experience and best practices with other Telecentre practioners and transfer it to Gedaref Sudan e-g. e-Agriculture, e-learning and e-government and e-health. 3- Investment Telecentres are applications of the knowledge Telecentres for more sustainability e.g. agro-mobile, telemedicine for more Telecentre sustainability without changing the objectives 4- portable Telecentre it is the future of Telecentre it is multiservices Telecentre which combine the above three 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  5. 5. Telecentre movement? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
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  7. 7. TCF & accessibility initiatives 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  8. 8. GDCO is a win-win PPPP 4 sharing knowledge, experience and best practice. It is founded in partnership with DSE Netherlands 750 Founder of the first Telecentre academy in Africa, the Middle East and the 13th in the world Winner of 8 i4d awards 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  9. 9. DSE & GDCO Partnership 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  10. 10. GDCO establish Telecentre in GMAC Develop a software (Database) for 10.000 farmers with 10% This database helps in easiness of transaction between farmers and GMAC 16 agricultural reports solving conflict between farmers, forest and nomads disaster control Gedaref state national resource e-map Crop market even for low computer skill or illiterate farmers 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
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  12. 12. The online crop market and other services will be provided through our website, voice mobile, SMS, e-mails and desktop application for illiterate or low computer skill farmers http://easy123.org/sudan/ Desktop or cloud computing 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  13. 13. Telemedicine Unit 4 treating sick people online Training medical staff and medical students online Supporting e-infrastructures for IT college for better connectivity two e-Libarary units (buildings) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Back Next
  14. 14. GDCO trained PWD free and provide 80 of them free computers to keep at home to communicate with their families and friends Deaf are using emails and internet chatting instead of the sign lang, Intellectual disable and blinds are also included in the system reduce time of training & promote 4 easiness of accessing internet 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 Back Next
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  16. 16. there are more than 3 million out of schoolchildren in Sudan due to poverty, climate change, digital divide and cultural issues. Working on out school children helps in drying the resource of illiteracy in an innovative ways In 25 square meters space & with 10.000 US$ the rural out schoolchildren Telecentres Telecentre can provide :training more than 1000 people / year Illiteracy eradication & improve quality and reduce the cost of education and many other services 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 Back Next
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  18. 18. illiteracy eradication discover grazing and water area through GIS by nomads solving conflict between farmers, forest and nomads Basic health care and telemedicine Telecentres can be used as IT Clubs Agriculture extension & Supporting e-government global Telecentre courses & also can be used by TEPS using solar 4 Mobile charging 2 increase the internet penetration Poverty elimination (SeVO) Skype to reduce the cost of telephone bills 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 Back Next
  19. 19. Telecentres projects are strong win-win PPPP for community development they provide equal access Improving environment of education through ICT with high quality and low cost The end users of each project are completely involved There are many added value services The content of the projects developed in local languages Improved quality of training and certification Telecentre projects are big ICT market Easiness of changing training Telecentres into knowledge and investment Telecentres without changing its objectives. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 Back Next
  20. 20. ICT is not part of the culture and not a priority Poverty and financial support High running cost high cost of e-infrastructure and low speed internet Limited number of children in the Telecentres The big digital gap (divide) Most of the Telecentres depend on donation and grants. Reluctance to change and automation 4 senior staff Limited access to energy sources and power supply 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 Back Next
  21. 21. Develop strong public win-win PPPP to pay the initial cost of the Telecentres. reduce the cost of management on call staff to reduce the cost of employment hire operator or Telecentre manger with high skill and social charisma. continuous monitoring and evaluation use schools and youth clubs for training with sustainable cost Hiring shepherd for animals and tanker for bringing water automation of deaf school with SPEG (laptops and projectors) solar energy GDCO start with poor people and marginalized community unserved areas and provide some of them computers and free laptops to keep at home 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 Back Next
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