This 70-page report is a response to mounting interest in the field of mHealth - the provision of health-related services via mobile technologies. It is part of a series of publications from the United Nations Foundation and Vodafone Foundation ...
This article from the UN Dispatch of the United Nations Foundation contains Fabiano Teixeira da Cruz's preview remarks for a conference panel discussion on “Mobilizing Reproductive Health: Ho
This issue of Health Affairs focuses on aspects of e-health in the developing and developed world.
From a series of columns in silicon.com, this article by Quocirca's Clive Longbottom points out that computers are not part
This 6-page paper, published as Exchange Findings No. 3, seeks to explore the ways that focusing on social context and culture can strengthen development communication issues. The paper suggest
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A study of the field of participatory communication for social change and how it is evolving.
This summary is based on a power point presentation that included the Conceptual Model of Communication for Social Change from November 2001. PRINCIPLES & TRENDS
Flamme (Flame) is an electronic forum that was originally designed for women to share and exchange ideas, strategies, information, and issues related to the impact of implementing the Beijing Plus Fiv
1. This talk, background and purpose: I conceived this talk in response to certain suggestions from Warren Feek for both Rafael Obregon's and my presentation two weeks ago.
"I've been in public radio my entire career," says WBEZ's Johanna Zorn. "You get a little tired of being a best-kept secret."
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Making Waves Stories of Participatory Communication for Social Change Foreword By Denise Gray-Felder
Video, as a communication tool for development and social change, has always been the subject of comparisons and disputes among the film and the television industries. In order to gain its own identity, the video tool for development had to ...