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Destacar los ejemplos /
Creacion de serviciosreferencia a modelo de Bangladesh / Dedicado a comocrearservicios
Research, learn, connect and network with entrepreneurs reaching and serving the communities that telecentres reach.The warm network that Florencio explains, is today, about outsiders ( entrepreneurs) that over the last 10 years have demostrated the possibility to innovate and serve this parmkets. What do they need? What have they learned? Do they know about telecentres? Do they know about the reach of telecentres? Can we build new horizond working with them? YES! It is the time to move on…it is also de time to join forces: ( You can Use the Ashokachangemakers partnership as an example).. TCF is coming together with the most powerful network for change … Now, is your time: individual telecentre, network and partner organization …yari..yari….
También, parafortalecer el argumento y motivar, hablar de las tendencias de financiadores ( filantropos, fondos de inv de impacto, gobiernos, etc..) a buscarinnovación social y triple impacto ( económico, social, medioambiental) en donde el impacto (cuantificado) es fundamental ( y los telecentros, en redesindividuales o en asociación de varias, puedenagregarinteresantedemanda, geografías, lecciones = IMPACTO
Piensoqueseríainteresante el preguntar al movimiento el porqué los casos en redes de telecentros, de alguna forma siguensiendo la excepción, auqnueunasmuyimportantes, investigadas, sistematizadas, rentables, etc… Y másaún: preguntar el porquéalgunos de los modelosque hoy funcionan con múltiplespuntos de acceso ( que no son telecentros) , no surgieron en una red…Quéestadeteniendo la innovación en las redes? En el moviento? Porquéestaesunavisióncompartidapor Florencio, Miguel, otrasempresas, algunasredes, y no esalgoadoptadocomo meta, comoretoporcada red y red regional?... Those entrepreneurs ,those social entrepreneurs and mobile entrepreneurs have scalability needs, infrastructure needs, point of contact needs, last mile needs, and telecentres have the infrastructure, they may be the last mile, they know the community and the community knows them
Sobreestetema, y pensando mucho sobre el rol de mobil en el desarrollo: Un gran número de personas en la BoP son analfabetas y paraellosmobil alone no essolución. El modelo de Sudan estadirigido a analfabetas y el rol del telecnetro, en parte, esayudar a la superación de esabarrera.An agro-mobile information system designed in partnership with Drishtee (Indian NGO) provide 6 e-services to farmers and traders through the communication companies and GDCO will get 40% of the traffic (SMS or voice call). the project was developed by raising floor organization to be used by illiterate or low skill computer farmers through the voiceEN conclusion, la adopciónmasiva de mobiles y suproyectadocrecimeinto, esunaexcelenteoportunidadparaalianzasqueconstruyanmodeloscompartidos con lo mejor de los dos mundos!
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TIS Talks Launch - July 23, 2012
Welcome toTIS TalksWe believe that today’s ICT4D(information and communitytechnology for development)environment presents us with trendsand opportunities with great potentialto generate game changinginnovations to telecentres and theirgrowing number of users.Join us and learn how!
Host and moderatorJimena BetancourtTELECENTE SUSTAINABILITY WEBINAR COORDINATORJimena Betancourt is an internationalconsultant with more than 10 years ofexperience in social innovation, strategy andmanagement for sustainable developmententerprises and social businesses in ICT4D. Shehas been involved with the telecentremovement since 2009. Jimena has anMaster’s in Business Administration fromSimmons College and a degree in Financeand International Relations from UniversidadExternado de Colombia.
SustainabilityModelsTrends &OpportunitiesTIS Talks Phase 1.Product Developmentoriented• Syrian TelecentreProject• BIID N BangladeshPartnership oriented• ATN Brasil• Colnodo Colombia• SocialInnovation• Social Enterprise• ICT Businessmodelsleveraging ICTfor the Base ofthe Pyramid1. 2.
Sustainability is possibleFlorencio Ceballos & Miguel RaimillaTelecentres history & TIS Talks OverviewSustainability ofTelecentres
Telecentre.org origins(2005)• We initiated telecentre.org with a rather simple idea:how to catalyze an ongoing, global and distributedendeavor to facilitate communities with public access toICT related opportunities.• Nevertheless, especially during the first year, several“debates” emerged (or were revisited) as we refinedtelecentre.org approach.• I will focus today in 4 of them, related with the very basisof the telecentre movement, its rationale and evolutionduring the recent years.Sustainability is possible
Building on paradoxes• Many socially valued grassroots initiatives / a devaluationof the perception of effectiveness of telecentres amongsome policymakers at a global scale.• Few international organizations with a solid track ofworking and researching with telecentres / A lack ofsystematized proofs of effectiveness –“return ofinvestment”- able to build a new theory of change.Sustainability is possible
Building on paradoxes• An evolving technological environment reducing cost forsocial innovation / a lag among telecentres to adoptnew technologies to improve their own capacity andservices• Telecentres as entry points to information / network /knowledge bases society / incapacity for thosetelecentres to take advantage of those changes in theirown way of working.Sustainability is possible
Sustainability is possibleTo a systemic approach• As we moved from an idea into a concrete socialinnovation effort, several debates helped to configureour priorities and approaches, especially regardingsustainability: policy, economics, technology andorganization.
Sustainability is possibleTo a systemic approach• As a response, telecentre.org adopted a systemicapproach, moving away from involvement intelecentre start-up and pilots towards strengtheningexisting telecentre initiatives from an Eco systemicperspective.• 1. Building networks• 2. Creating content and services• 3. Sharing knowledge• 4. Connecting people
The policy question• Despite sustainability issues, the number of initiatives keptgrowing –national pilot programs and ambitiousstatements about scaling up telecentres .• The very concept of digital divide was questioned bychanges in access to technology – mobile telephony, residential Internet penetration and private sharedaccess initiatives (cybercafés).Sustainability is possible
The policy question• Questions on telecentres effectiveness. Telecentres were-generally speaking- unable to demonstrate andcommunicate impacts, ensure return of investment, andincrease the variety of services they provided tocommunities (McNamara, 2003).• The idea of telecentres as public goods was questioned.Shall they be publicly funded?Sustainability is possible
A warm network• Main asset of successful telecentres is not theinfrastructure, nor the financial capital, but the humanone (champions & leaders)…• Many initiatives existed, but were disconnected at anational, regional and global level. They did not knowabout each other.Sustainability is possible
A warm network• telecentre.org envisioned itself not as a program nor afunding initiative, but a movement: a warm network byshared values, affection and trust. If leaders could trusteach other they will be able to engage in associativeefforts (training, business, services).• We prioritized on a first moment the face to face, thelocal/national networking rather than the global.Regional and global networks came later.Sustainability is possible
A changing technology• Telecentre.org started before facebook, twitter and mostof the current social media commodities existed.• Ongoing social debate about technologies & innovation:proprietary v/s open software, collaborative v/sindividualistic technologies, social v/s privatelicensing, social networking, etc . IDRC and Microsoftwere organizations historically (and mistakenly)assimilated with two opposite sides of that debate.Sustainability is possible
A changing technology• Digital divide and information society, were conceptsassociated with access to computing via “traditionaldevises”. But the gap was increasingly filled bymobile, low cost devises not incorporated to the “digitaldivide discourse”.• Technology neutral approach, appropriateness as thekey element in using technologies to reachdevelopment and increase opportunities.Sustainability is possible
New economy at the grassroots• Telecentre.org emerged in a time of growing economy. Anew idea on how ICTs could bring wealth to the poor wasalso emerging.• New idea of philanthropy as investment in socialentrepreneurship. New landscape and practices fromdonors.• Wealth at the basis of the pyramid as the new frontier ofmarkets> Opportunities of scaling up in anetworked, knowledge based economy.• Sustainability as a result of diversification and improvementson services provided.Sustainability is possible
Florencio CeballosSenior Program SpecialistGovernance, Security and Justice at IDRC.Florencio is a former Program Manager ofTelecentre.org and has served as Board ofDirector for the Foundation.Florencio is an expert on citizen participationand information and communicationtechnologies (ICTs) as tools for developmentof poor and marginalized communities. Hisfocus now is on how technology helpscommunities to redefine the quality andaccountability of governance and states.Sustainability is possible
Time to move onFrom Internet and ICT AccesstoInnovation and DevelopmentCentersThe Telecentre 2.0 is within easyreachSustainability is possible
Time to move onThink out of the boxSustainability is possibleDon’t be afraid tobe differentUnleash yourcreativityExplore new grounds
Time to move onEven better; create yourownMost Telecentre networkshave developed a uniqueexpertise, knowledge andcapacity, that have yet tobe explore to its fullpotentialSustainability is possible
Time to move onUnleash Telecentre Talents & CreativityEnable and empower virtualcommunitiesLead your communities to meaningfuldiscussionsSustainability is possible
Time to move onHighlight your knowledgeDevelop and diversifyservicesEvery telecentre servicemust add true value to theend usersSustainability is possible
Time to move onThe power of a global communitySuccess is better recognized when impact largenumber of peopleSustainability is possible
Time to move onEmbrace the power ofcollaborationBuild a much stronger networkPartner with other networksInvite new partners to joinSustainability is possible
Time to move onExpand your notion of partnerships andstrategic alliancesOpportunities are growing in unexpected areasAlways ask yourself; What can I do to change andimprove my current reality?Sustainability is possible
Time to move onBring the best of the business world to reachhigher social impactsLearn how to best speak the language of new donorsExplore technologies for better management anddata collectionDevelop and/or improve your business planSustainability is possible
Time to move onTelecentre as Social EnterpriseSocial Entrepreneurship a way of sustainabilityA Social Entrepreneur model for Telecentre NetworksSustainability is possible
Time to move onTelecentre as a channel for newproducts and servicesTelecentre global reachTelecentre local knowledge and expertiseSustainability is possible
Time to move onTelecentre in your phoneConnect your Telecentrewith the mobile industryTransform yourtelecentre in a hub ofmobile servicesTelecentre 2.0Sustainability is possible+
Moving forward - Telecentre 2.0Key components:Global exchangeknowledge 2.0Collaboration atits bestSustainability is possible
Moving forward – Telecentre 2.0Key components:Connect with private sectors and innovatorsSustainability is possible
Moving forward – Telecentre 2.0Key components:Develop regional projects with multiple stakeholdersSustainability is possible
About the TIS Talks Webinar Series& Pilots opportunitiesWe are presenting you with aliving Laba platform where to cook yourown ideasContinue the discussion onlineSearch for additional informationDevelop new steps in your regionSustainability is possible
Webinar series & Pilots opportunitiesWe expect you will:Learn, join, apply, promote, and shareSustainability is possible
Webinar series & Pilots opportunitiesHow to join a pilot or initiativeTCF will coordinate how to develop pilots indifferent regionsSustainability is possible
TIS Talks Phase 2.• Identify potential partners to develop distributionchannels of products and services (E-health, distanceeducation, telecomunications solutions, and others)• .Identify solutions for network’s management basedin open software applications• .Identify solutions to lower hardware cost• .Identify partners to develop applications for greaterimpact in the communities served by telecentrenetworks
Miguel RaimillaExecutive DirectorTelecentre.org FoundationMiguel is a Social Entrepreneur with over 18 years ofexperience as a founding member of variousmultinational/multicultural initiatives linked withyouth, social development, and social enterprisesthroughout Latin America, Asia, Europe and theUnited States.. Miguel is also the co-founder ofprivate companies dedicated to softwaredevelopment, and coaching of entrepreneurs.Facilitator of new funding partnerships withmultilateral foundations, private investors andcorporations; Developer of Telecentremodels, training content, and methodologies;Leader in the ICT4D concept for under-served andrural communities worldwide.Sustainability is possible
Sustainability is possibleNext Steps:1.Complete TIS Talks evaluation format:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TISTalks01This is a requisite to receive yourcertificate of attendance2. Join us on Tuesday (tomorrow) tolearn about the Syrian TelecentreProject• English : 8:00am GMT• Arabic: 10:00amGMT• Spanish: 4:00pm GMT
Thank you !Sustainability ofTelecentresTelecentre.org FoundationJuly 23, 2012