How is Education fostered  by PAVs and CMCs in Mozambique?Sara Vannini, Dr. Isabella Rega, Prof. Dr. Lorenzo Cantoni
Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number,   typology and localiz...
Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number,   typology and localiz...
Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number,   typology and localiz...
Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both   at a research and at a govern...
Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both   at a research and at a govern...
Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both   at a research and at a govern...
Public Access Venues      A Public Access to ICTs Venue (PAV)is a place where the general public can use a    computer and...
Public Access Venues      A Public Access to ICTs Venue (PAV)is a place where the general public can use a    computer and...
The Context: Mozambique                     Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for   ...
The Context: Mozambique                    Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for    ...
The Context: Mozambique                    Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for    ...
The Context: Mozambique                    Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for    ...
The Context: Mozambique
The Context: Mozambique
Methodology•  Method by TASCHA’s Global Impact Study   inventory (www.globalimpactstudy.org);•  Retrieval of information b...
Results: PAVs’ Number and Typology63 official PAVs in Mozambique:•    40 Multimedia Community Centres (CMCs)•    14 Cyberc...
Results: # of PAVs per macro regions                        Total # Total CMCs Others Total / region         Maputo       ...
Results# Total CMCs: 40# CMCs still not fully working: 4# CMCs fully working: 36# CMCs that did not respond to our phone s...
Results: Offered courses per macro regions                                                                             Com...
Results: Offered courses per macro regions                                               Tot	  #	  CMCs	                  ...
Thank You!Sara Vannini, Dr. Isabella Rega, Prof. PhD Lorenzo Cantoni                www.react-project.ch
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How is Education fostered by PAVs and CMCs in Mozambique?

  1. 1. How is Education fostered by PAVs and CMCs in Mozambique?Sara Vannini, Dr. Isabella Rega, Prof. Dr. Lorenzo Cantoni
  2. 2. Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number, typology and localization of PAVs in Mozambique;
  3. 3. Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number, typology and localization of PAVs in Mozambique;•  To introduce Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs) and which the governmental programs regarding them;
  4. 4. Aims of the presentationSpecific Goals:•  To create for the first time a map of the current number, typology and localization of PAVs in Mozambique;•  To introduce Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs) and which the governmental programs regarding them;•  To draw a map of the education services CMCs offer to the population, thus helping quantify the magnitude of the phenomenon in the country.
  5. 5. Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both at a research and at a governmental level);
  6. 6. Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both at a research and at a governmental level);•  Facilitate analysis by making it possible to differentiate findings by type of establishment;
  7. 7. Aims of the presentationGeneral Goals:•  Serve as a frame from which to draw samples (both at a research and at a governmental level);•  Facilitate analysis by making it possible to differentiate findings by type of establishment;•  Participate in the Global Impact Study to help quantify the magnitude of the public access ICT phenomenon globally.
  8. 8. Public Access Venues A Public Access to ICTs Venue (PAV)is a place where the general public can use a computer and connect to the Internet…
  9. 9. Public Access Venues A Public Access to ICTs Venue (PAV)is a place where the general public can use a computer and connect to the Internet… No matter whether… •  It is a stand alone facility; •  The service is paid for or free. www.globalimpactstudy.org
  10. 10. The Context: Mozambique Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for UNESCO’s CMCs scale-up program;
  11. 11. The Context: Mozambique Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for UNESCO’s CMCs scale-up program;2.  The Government of Mozambique will set up new CMCs in the very next years;
  12. 12. The Context: Mozambique Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for UNESCO’s CMCs scale-up program;2.  The Government of Mozambique will set up new CMCs in the very next years;3.  Missing study;
  13. 13. The Context: Mozambique Why Mozambique?1.  Mozambique is one of the countries that was selected for UNESCO’s CMCs scale-up program;2.  The Government of Mozambique will set up new CMCs in the very next years;3.  Missing study;4.  Overview needed!
  14. 14. The Context: Mozambique
  15. 15. The Context: Mozambique
  16. 16. Methodology•  Method by TASCHA’s Global Impact Study inventory (www.globalimpactstudy.org);•  Retrieval of information by official sources, literature review;•  Survey to the CMCs carried on by telephone at a national level (technology availability, people involved, services and training offered to the communities…).
  17. 17. Results: PAVs’ Number and Typology63 official PAVs in Mozambique:•  40 Multimedia Community Centres (CMCs)•  14 Cybercafés•  6 Millennium Villages•  2 Telecentres•  1 “Cyber Bus”
  18. 18. Results: # of PAVs per macro regions Total # Total CMCs Others Total / region Maputo 15 8 7South Gaza 6 4 2 25 (15 CMCs) Inhambane 4 3 1 Zambezia 6 4 2 Manica 4 3 1Centre 19 (11 CMCs) Sofala 4 1 3 Tete 5 3 2 Nampula 11 6 5North 19 (14 CMCs) Cabo Delgado 4 4 0 Niassa 4 4 0
  19. 19. Results# Total CMCs: 40# CMCs still not fully working: 4# CMCs fully working: 36# CMCs that did not respond to our phone survey: 13# CMCs that responded to our phone survey: 23
  20. 20. Results: Offered courses per macro regions Computer   External   Internal   Tot  CMCs   Foreign   maintena training   training   Word,   Internet   offering   Access   Language nce  for   for   for   ppt,  xls   (Explorer)   ICT   s  (EN,  FR)   volunteer volunteer volunteer training   s   s   s  SOUTH   8   1   3   0   1   5   6   8  CENTRE   3   0   1   0   0   2   2   3  NORTH   6   0   1   1   1   3   4   6  TOT.   17   1   5   1   2   10   12   17  
  21. 21. Results: Offered courses per macro regions Tot  #  CMCs   Total  #  of  CMCs   %  on  the  tot   offering  ICT   that  responded   CMCs  that   training  to  the   to  our  survey   responded   community   SOUTH   8   8   100%   CENTRE   7   3   43%   NORTH   8   6   75%   TOT.   23   17   74%  
  22. 22. Thank You!Sara Vannini, Dr. Isabella Rega, Prof. PhD Lorenzo Cantoni www.react-project.ch

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