http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olK3AfdfS6I http://www.senevote2012.com/about-en In 2012, OneWorld has provided mapping technology for COSCE’s field operations, enabling over 500 observers to send data directly from the field via text message, providing for the first time ever an initial indication of their findings in real time. It is important to note, of course, that this data is preliminary. The Coalition draws on this data as well as information received from other monitoring efforts and many other sources to make formal assessments of the voting process throughout and after Election Day.
http://oneworld.org/2013/08/11/oneworlds-election-monitoring-initiative-proves-itself-in-mali/ http://malivote.com OneWorld’s groundbreaking election monitoring initiative played a vital role in checking the fairness of the second round of Mali’s presidential election on Sunday.
Ring for Change, Kupang, Indonesia - Channelling women’s voices to be heard by media and decision makers via mobile phones https://sumus.oxfam.org/digital-vision-international-division-oxfam-gb/news/asmara-digital-shortening-distance-between-women
Reporting harassment online http://harassmap.org/ar/ http://harassmap.org/en/ HarassMap uses mobile and online technology together with a huge offline community mobilization effort in neighborhoods throughout Egypt to end the social acceptability of sexual harassment
http://stopstockouts.org http://stopstockouts.org/2009/09/24/snap-survey-reveals-medicine-stockouts-still-plague-kenya-malawi-uganda-and-zambia/ Out of stock medicine online map
http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/?articleID=2000091157&story_title=waiguru-launches-huduma-kenya-in-fresh-bid-to-reform-public-sector Among the changes to be introduced in the public service include introduction of one stop Huduma Service Centres to provide customer services to citizens from a single location, online e-Huduma web portal to provide integrated services offered by various government ministries, departments and agencies and a unified and integrated channel Huduma payment gateway to facilitate ease of payment for government services. Others are introduction of m-Huduma platform to offer M-Government services to citizens from their mobile phones and a Huduma call centre to provide customer service using a single dialing prefix.
http://ureport.ug Ureport is a free SMS-based system that allows young Ugandans to speak out on what's happening in communities across the country, and work together with other community leaders for positive change.
https://unstitched.informationactivism.org/en?sort_by=country#story-_25E2_2580_259C0 Welcome to 10 Tactics Unstitched! This is a database of all the info-activism stories profiled in the original 10 Tactics film and cards and also those which we featured on the 10 Tactics website, 2010-2012. Over the last two years, we have gathered a lot of feedback and evaluations from all kinds of people using 10 Tactics. From students and teachers to NGO staff and ICT and advocacy trainers, we've learned that 10 Tactics is a useful resource to explore and teach the field of information activism. We also learned that it would be really useful to have all the stories pulled out of the format they were in and served up in a new way. So here we have opened out the cards and laid out the stories, images and videos in them for users to browse, download and remix. You can browse the 50 + examples, in this interactive database, either by tool/technique, country and the issue area the campaign addressed. The Campaign Basics cards, which include suggested hands-on group activities, are also now more easily accessible to integrate into trainings.
Pros: Faster, more real time (can be more agile in embedding feedback?) or make time critical judgements in accountability. Less data input. Engaging communities geographically spread (or in fragile, hard to reach contexts), continue conversations and complement existing activities Traceability Large data flows (searchable and analysable format ) Wider access if using tools in peoples hands. Cons: Set up costs and investment, Who is excluded from contributing? What do you lose from face-to-face in data collection? Challenges of self-reporting Data security concerns
Digital Vision for CALP
Digital Vision Project Manager
CALP @ Johannesburg
2 November 2013
"Facebook likes equals success”
“Digital can solve all your problems”
“Women and men have equal access to
•Consider digital as an enabler,
instrumental, a means to an end
•Embed digital in existing process, use
to support what programme staff
already do, not to replace but
•Using appropriate and sustainable
solutions for the context
•Women’s rights at the heart
DIGITAL VISION aims
-Support programme staff to adopt digital technologies and to embed approaches within
-Share learning, harness opportunities to build capacity to use digital, inspire new projects.
-Connect projects across Oxfam working on similar themes, benefit from cost efficiencies and
trusted ways of working
-Support effective programme design of digital applications
-Prioritise inclusion of women and support projects to consider control and ownership in design
@Asia Regional Centre
Digital Vision Producer
•To consider our definitions and understanding of “digital”
especially in the frame of campaigns
•To learn from existing campaign projects who have
effectively used digital tools.
•To identify best practice and possibilities to adapt and
•To consider risks and challenges as well as mistakes and
pitfalls to avoid
•To think about where digital can play a role in campaign
work and identify specific examples
•To scope the need for specific strategies or ways of
The reality of using digital
set up technology/server, training
on functionality, organising
information flows, integrate other
In a deployment using digital
outreach, branding, incentives,
feedback, messaging, data
W do we mean by
W are the
W are the risks?
•Rule and Regulation ( Gov, countries, IT
policy and etc.)
•Audience analysis – what fit best
•Partners (technology, operators, local and
•Community manage is a full time job