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Project/Organization nameCountryRegionStakeholder groupFocusTechnology/Mode of DeliveryDomainDomain (secondary)Website
Founding Year
Headquarters
Economic Model
Description
Sustainable Development Goal
Contact Info
Interview Status
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#YesWeCode
United States of America
North AmericaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
https://www.yeswecode.org/codingcorpsmarin
2014
United States of America
Donations
#YesWeCode is a Dream Corps initative that accelerates access to training in high-demand technical and non-technical skills to prepare women and men that are underrepresented to enter the tech economy by enabaling access to local coding opporunities.
4.4info@yeswecode.orgN
3
23 Code StreetEnglandEuropeCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://23codestreet.com/
2016
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Subscription: Individuals; Scholarship partnerships with Institutions
23 Code Street gives access to online courses for coding specifically for women with a focus on soft skills and a potential for 2 week internships. For each paying student, a woman in a slum in India is taught digital skills.
5.b, 4.5, 4.4
hello@23codestreet.com
N
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8villages Indonesia - LISAIndonesiaAsiaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationAgriculture-
http://8villages.com/; http://lisa.co.id/
2011
Jakarta, Indonesia
Unclear from publicly available information
8villages allows farmers to communicate via mobile platforms to engage their rural customers, allowing real-time communication.
1.a info@8villages.comN
5
AbaarsoSomaliaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_community_networks_by_region#Africa
2013Somaliland
Grants: in-kind support; Volunteer-funded
A community network that serves the Abaarso School of Science and Technology due to poor and at times nonexistent Internet connectivity. The project also involves some local cloud hosting. Current status unknown.
9.c
Dan Hastings/contact unknown
N
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AboCoders, Aspilos FoundationNigeriaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://abocoders.org.ng/2015NigeriaGrant
AboCoders provides ICT training to young Nigerian women, specifically through digital literacy training, coding/programming training, business development & financial literacy training, as well as a mentorship and internship scheme.
5.b
http://abocoders.org.ng/contact/
N
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Absher: E-government Portal in Saudi ArabiaSaudi ArabiaAsiaGovernmentDemandWebsiteE-Government-
https://www.moi.gov.sa/wps/portal/Home/Home/!ut/p/z1/04_Sj9CPykssy0xPLMnMz0vMAfIjo8ziLQPdnT08TIy83Q0dzQwcPc2N_A08TQ3dPY30wwkpiAJKG-AAjgZA_VFgJc7ujh4m5j4GBhY-7qYGno4eoUGWgcbGBo7GUAV4zCjIjTDIdFRUBAApuVo7/dz/d5/L0lDUmlTUSEhL3dHa0FKRnNBLzROV3FpQSEhL2Fy/
2005Saudi Arabia
Government
Absher is the e-government portal operated by the Ministry of Interior in Saudi Arabia that provides a whole host of ICT-based services to Saudi Arabian citizens.
9Website FormN
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Accra TVWS PilotGhanaAfricaPrivate SectorSupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
-
http://dynamicspectrumalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Pilots-and-Trials-Brochure_Jan-16.pdf
2014Accra, GhanaGrant
In March 2014, SpectraLink Wireless, under authorization from the Government of Ghana’s National
Communications Authority (NCA), and in collaboration with the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of
Technology (MEST) deployed a pilot network to offer free wireless broadband access for its community of
Entrepreneurs in Training. Current status unknown.
9.cN/AN
9
Ada Developers Academy
United States of America
North AmericaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://adadevelopersacademy.org/
2013
United States of America
Grant
Ada Developers Academy teaches women and gender diverse people with 6 months of full-time, tuition-free classroom training and then 5 months of paid industry training in order to encourage gender diversity among software engineers.
5.bN/AN
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AdalabSpainEuropeCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://adalab.es/-SpainGrant
Adalab provides in-person training and courses for women to enter the field of coding and software development/
5.bhola@adalab.esN
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Adaptive Technology Center for the BlindEthiopiaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personAccessibility
Education: Out of School
http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un-other/unpan022041.pdf
2000EthiopiaGrant
ATCB works to help blind invididuals access technology in Africa through workshops and mentoring.
4.5
atcb@sympatico.ca
atcb@ethionet.et
YY
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AdulTICoProgramColombia
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducation-
https://en.unesco.org/news/reducing-digital-gap-senior-citizens-colombia
2014Colombia
Government
The programme includes the teaching of basic computing skills, literacy, the use of social networks, and the appropriate use of mobile devices via interactive trainings and seminar-workshops.
4.4N/AN
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Africa ICT RightGhanaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationGenderhttp://africaictright.org/2007GhanaCombo
Africa ICT Right (AIR) is a volunteer-run information and communications technology (ICT)-oriented nongovernmental organization (NGO) established in 2007. The organization seeks to use ICT tools to address critical national problems pertaining to education, gender, youth empowerment, and health in Ghana.
4.4
info@africaictright.org
YY
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African Digital Schools InitiativeVariedAfricaCivil Society: NGODemand
Digital Literacy Training: web-based
Education-
http://adsiteachers.gesci.org/#
2005
Kenya and Tanzania
Government
The African Digital Schools Initiative (ADSI) targets African secondary schools and equips them with ICT education to transform them into digital schools of distinction.
4.4N/AN
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African Women Power NetworkNigeriaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personAgricultureGenderhttps://awpnetwork.com/2012NigeriaCombo
The AWP Network platform serves as a vehicle for expanding linkages between investors and women-led enterprises--help to facilitate strategic opportunities for women-led businesses, researchers, and investors through seminars, small business clinics, media exposure and entreuprenurial training programs.
5.b
theawpnetwork@gmail.com
YY
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Aga Khan Development Network eHealth Resource Centre
VariedAsiaCivil Society: NGODemand
Digital Literacy Training: web-based
Health
Education: Out of School
http://akdnehrc.org/ehealth_programme/
2007VariedCombo
The Aga Khan eHealth programme seeks to provide high-quality, low cost, equitable health care to communities with reduced access to health care services by delivering cost-effective health care through live (synchronous) and store-and-forward (asynchronous) teleconsultations.
3.1
4.4
ehrc@akdn.orgN
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AGESICUruguay
Latin America and the Caribbean
GovernmentDemandWebsiteE-Government-
http://www.agesic.gub.uy/
2006Uruguay
Government
AGESIC leads the implementation strategy of Electronic Government as the basis of an efficient and citizen-centered Government of Uruguay by promoting the inclusion, adoption, and implementation of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
4.4
contacto@agesic.gub.uy
YY
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AgribusinessBurkina FasoAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandWebsiteAgricultureLocal Content
http://agribusinesstv.info/en/
2016Burkina FasoGrant
Agribusiness TV uses web-based videos to make the sector more attractive to youth by showcasing success stories of young agricultural entrepreneurs and their innovations in Africa.
2Website FormN
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AgriNeTT: E-agriculture in the Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Academia
Demand
Digital Literacy Training: web-based
Agriculture
Education: Out of School
http://programafrida.net/en/archivos/project/agrinett-e-agricultura-en-el-caribe
2016
Trinidad and Tobago
Grant
AgriNeTT is an e-Agriculture project which infuses ICT into the agriculture sector of Trinidad & Tobago to build a knowledge intensive agriculture economy using ICT tools for the farming community and agricultural institutions to help to drive economic growth of the agriculture sector and increase its competitiveness.
2
DCIT.Agrinett@gmail.com
N
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Agriup, World Food ProgrammeGuatemala
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: NGODemandApplicationAgriculture-
https://innovation.wfp.org/project/agriup
2016GuatemalaGrant
AgriUp is user-friendly, low-bandwidth smartphone app/website that provides farmers with location-specific information including weather alerts, agricultural advice and nutrition tips.
2.3
8
global.innovation@wfp.org
N
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AgroDuukaUgandaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
DemandApplicationAgriculture-
http://www.dw.com/en/pulse-agroduuka-app-connecting-farmers-to-customers/av-41088599
2016UgandaGrant
AgroDuuka is a mobile application that creates a market for local farmers, where there was none before, and eliminates the cost of working through intermediaries. To date, it has connected more than 800 smallholder farmers from 36 villages to buyers throughout Uganda.
2N/AN
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Air-Stream WirelessAustraliaOceania
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
-
http://www.air-stream.org/
2002Austrailia
Community fundraising
Air-Stream Wireless is the oldest Community Network in South Australia that provides net neutral connectivity to users.
9.c
josephb@air-stream.org.au
N
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AirJaldiIndiaAsiaPrivate SectorSupplyVaried
Commercial Deployment
-https://airjaldi.com/2013India
Subscription: Individuals and Institutions
AirJaldi is an Internet service provider (ISP) that designs, builds, and operates Internet networks in rural areas. Serving more than 230,000 subscribers across five states in India, they operate public hotspots with paid access as well as provide fixed wireless Internet to homes, businesses, medical centers, and schools.
9.cinfo@airjaldi.netYY
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Akhaya Women Skills Development TrainingMyanmarAsiaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://www.akhaya.org/2008Myanmar
Unclear from publicly available information
Akhaya Women is a local initiative, led by and for women that provides the tools and support mechanisms necessary for women in Myanmar to challenge gender stereotypes, to bring gender equality into their family homes and communities, and to campaign for a safer and more equal environment for women to live in through sexuality training, mentorship and leadership training.
5.b, 4
akhaya.mm@gmail.com
N
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AkiraChixVariedVariedCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
Education: Out of School
http://akirachix.com/2010KenyaGrant
AkiraChix develops ICT-skills/coding programs to reach young women at different levels, those at primary, secondary and university levels working in technology as well those who wish to pursue a career in technology through training, mentorship and outreach.
5.b, 4info@akirachix.comN
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aKomaVariedAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandWebsiteLocal Content-akomanet.comN/AKenya
Unclear from publicly available information
aKoma is a digital media and storytelling flatform that focuses on engaging Africa with the world and its own people through the creation of original content, cultivating creators of content, a fellowship program and its own platform that showcases African content to the public.
4.b
hello@akomanet.com
N
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Akwapim Community Wireless NetworkGhanaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_community_networks_by_region#Africa
2005Ghana
Unclear from publicly available information
Akwapim Community Wireless Network is a lapsed open architecture mesh network with seven nodes. This network has coverage of 45 square kilometers, and offers Internet connectivity to schools and community centers across six villages in a mountainous region of Ghana.
9.cN/AN
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All Girls Tech CampGambiaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationGender
http://www.give1projectgambia.org/
2015GambiaGrants
Give1 Project Gambia is a not-for-profit organization that organizes All Girls Tech camps across Gambia. The project trains young girls aged 13-20 in web design, computer graphics, coding, and database design.
4, 5
give1projectgambia@gmail.com
Y
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AlloLaafia, MobiSan ProjectBurkina FasoAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandApplicationHealthGender
https://www.gret.org/projet/mobisan/
2015Burkina FasoGrant
AlloLaafia is a service to raise awareness about health and nutrition practices through the regular dissemination of personalised information to women and mothers and their husbands by means of SMS and voice messages.
3.1
5
gret@gret.orgN
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AlmanachNigeriaAfricaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationHealth
http://www.adsphcda.org.ng/index.php/our-partners/icrc/icrc-almanach/
2015NigeriaCombo
Almanach stans for Algorithms for the management of acute childhood illnesses and is an application designed to strengthen knowledge among healthcare staff and guide them, step by step, through history taking and physical examination, to the correct diagnosis and treatment prescription
3.1
4.4
N/AN
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AlterMundiArgentina
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.altermundi.net/
ArgentinaGrant
The Association will aim to research, experiment and disseminate technologies and practices that facilitate the development of a sustainable society through community data centers, free networks and other forms of decentralized communication infrastructure
9.cWebsite FormN
32
Altiutde for Education in Malaysia (A1s)ChinaAsiaPrivate SectorDemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationhttp://www.10086.cn4yescare@yes.myN
33
AmakomayaNepalAsiaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationHealth
http://amakomaya.com/en
2012NepalGrant
Amakomaya addresses the health care scenario of pregnant women in rural settings by introducing videos of the changes of the foetus inside the body through an android application.
3.1
4.4
Website FormN
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Amazon Digital Radios using HF spectrumBrazil
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Academia
SupplyCellular
Commercial Deployment
http://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/index.php?q=filedepot_download/4116/324
Brazil
Implementation of a community network in the Brazilian Amazon using high frequency radio band technology to build a community network that is sustainable, carbon neutral, built and maintained by the community, low cost, and no monthly, external costs to helpsproduce and sell goods to other parts of Brazil, utilize various services such as health and education, and help empower those rural communities to continue to thrive and push-back against efforts to take over the reserve, develop the area, or use the forest for logging.
9.cWebsite FormN
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Amplex, Inc.
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.amplex.net1997
United States of America
Grant
Amplex Internet is a northwest Ohio-based Internet service provider. Using fixed-position wireless technology, to provide affordable, reliable broadband Internet access to households and businesses throughout Northwest Ohio where DSL and cable are not available or are unreliable.
9.cWebsite FormN
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Anatomie Nuerique Pour L'Enseignement Et La Recherche
VariedAfrica
Civil Society: Academia
DemandApplicationEducation
https://www.anatomieunesco.org/en/
2018FranceGrant
The goal of the program is to provide a computer-assisted dissection tool, used by students on a tablet or smartphone.
8.2
4.4
Website FormN
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AndelaVariedAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationhttps://andela.com/2014Grant
Andela works to build a network of technology leaders on the African continent and bridge the divide between the U.S and African tech sectors by using a data-driven approach, to build high-performing engineering teams with Africa’s top developers to help companies overcome the tech talent shortage and build better products.
9.cN/AN
38
AQDAR Cyber C3
United Arab Emirates
AsiaCivil Society: NGODemandApplicationE-Governmentcyberc3.ae2015
United Arab Emirates
Government
Cyber C3 aims to inform children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff about cyber safety issues; educate audiences through information, resources and practical advice; and empower children and young people to be safe online through a certification program and a helpline.
N/AN
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AquilaVariedVariedPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
https://info.internet.org/en/contact-us/
2016Grant
The Facebook Aquila is an experimental solar-powered drone developed by Facebook for use as an atmospheric satellite, intended to act as relay stations for providing internet access to remote areas.
9.cWebsite FormN
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AREDVariedAfricaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.a-r-e-d.com/#contact
2013RwandaFranchisee
ARED is a Platform as a Service company that has developed a solar kiosk, app and software platform that empowers mostly women and people with disabilities using a micro franchise business model.
9.cinfo@a-r-e-d.comNY
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Arig Israel’s Community Mesh Network.IsraelAsiaCivil Society: NGOSupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://lists.subsignal.org/mailman/listinfo/arig-developers
Israel
Arig creates a free community network that enables local communications in a way that is independent of any infrastructure or Internet provider, with high availability and without the need for special hardwar
9.c
arig-developers-owner@lists.subsignal.org
N
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Aristotle, Inc
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
aristotlenetworks.com1983
United States of America
Grant
Aristotle is the global leader in providing technology to political campaigns and organizations, offering a seamless solution for campaign software, voter data, PAC and grassroots software and services.
9.cN/ANY
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Aroostooktechnologies
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.aroostooktechnologies.com
1953
United States of America
Grant
Aroostook Technologies Inc. is a technology company that works with the public to make technology an asset for homes and businesses through internet connectivity, satellite phone services and other internet services.
9.c
support@aroostooktechnologies.com
N
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Arran TVWS DeploymentScotlandEuropePrivate SectorSupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
http://broadwaypartners.co.uk/
2016Liverpool, UK
Subscription: individuals, partial subsidy by the government
Broadway Partners is a United Kingdom-based wireless broadband provider that has operated since 2016. They use a mix of TV white space (TVWS) and 5-gigahertz (GHz) technologies to provide comprehensive connectivity. They target regions impossible to connect with fixed wireless broadband as well as communities underserved or priced out by existing broadband options.
9.c
info@broadwaypartners.co.uk
YY
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Article 19 Community ISPsBrazil
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.article19.org/resources.php/resource/38792/en/getting-connected:-new-policy-on-freedom-of-expression,-telcos-and-isps
20179.cWebsite FormN
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AT&T's Sponsored Data
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorDemandApplication
Commercial Deployment
Zero Rating
http://www.att.com/att/sponsoreddata/en/index.html
Website FormN
47
Auto-Visual AFP Detection and Reporting (AVADAR)
VariedAfricaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationHealth
https://www.ehealthafrica.org/avadar/
2016NigeriaGrant
A mobile-based surveillance app for Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) in children to detect true cases of AFP using a wider network of messengers, for the purpose of identifying and responding to potential cases of polio
3
info@ehealthafrica.org.
N
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Awaaz.DeIndiaAsiaCivil Society: NGODemandWebsiteEducationLocal Contenthttps://www.awaaz.de/2012IndiaGrant
Awaaz.De develops inclusive mobile solutions (with capabilities in IVR, SMS, mobile apps, and web) that enable organizations to achieve last-mile connectivity for social impact with over 680,000 users in 12 countries globally often with a focus on the use of this tech for education.
4.b
9.c
info@awaaz.deN
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Awele AcademyNigeriaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personGender
http://aweleacademy.com/
2012NigeriaGrant
Awele Institute is a 12 week immersive software engineering program for African women to learn through a mix of lectures, hands-on workshops, projects, peer-programming, leadership, presentation, entrepreneurship, start-up ventures, pitching, and team building.
4.b
5.b
Website FormN
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Axiom
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
http://www.connectwithaxiom.com/
2004
United States of America
Grant
Axiom works to deliver strategic and customized rural broadband deployment solutions to remote communities in the US to expand accessibility using a combination of solutions including fiber, wireless, DSL, and TV white space.
9.cWebsite FormN
51
Ayaadi Electronic Library
United Arab Emirates
AsiaPrivate SectorDemand
Digital Literacy Training: web-based
Educationayaadielibrary.ae/2012
United Arab Emirates
Government
Ayaadi Etisalat Electronic Library is a project in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, aimed at developing the intellectual capabilities of students via access to self-development books and online education resources.
4.bWebsite FormN
52
B-Gifted Foundation of Sierra LeoneSierra LeoneAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationhttp://www.b-gifted.org/2007Sierra Leone
Government
B-Gifted Foundation is a non profit Organization that uses creativity and technology to address human rights (including women and children's rights), environmental rights, enhance peace and sustainable development in Sierra Leone, while seeking to alleviate poverty
4.a
Website FormN
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B4AllSouth AfricaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_community_networks_by_region#Africa
2009South Africa
Government
Broadband Community Wireless Mesh Network was a government program targeting the digital divide in rural areas, but which eventually merged with a commercial organisation providing school connectivity and public hotspots.
9.cN/AN
54
B4RNEnglandEuropePrivate SectorSupplyFiber
Community Network
https://b4rn.org.uk/2011
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Grant
B4RN works to create a community network to expand internect connectivity in rural areas of the UK.
9.cinfo@b4rn.org.ukN
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Backstage e-LearningGermanyEuropeCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationdiplomaticcouncil.de2008Germany
Backstage addresses different structures in lectures and personal learning styles by analysing lecturers’ and students’ behaviour, interaction and learning outcomes and can help structuring the lecture and assist students on a more personal level, by offering suitable learning material and tasks.
4.bN/AN
56
Ballarat WirelessAustraliaOceaniaCivil Society: NGOSupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.wnballarat.com.au/
1980sAustrailiaGrant
Ballarat, based in Austraila, provides a number of services relevant to connectivity including radio and microwave communication, site installation, SCADA system consulting, and system maintenence.
9.cWebsite FormN
57
Balsapuerto NetworkPeru
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Academia
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7857265/?reload=true
2012PeruGrant
Balsapuerto network of Loreto Peru is constructed of low-cost, high-speed technology, Wi-Fi Long Distance Networking in upper rural areas of the Amazon.
9.cN/AN
58
Bamboowifi, Philadelphia
United States of America
North America
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://bamboowifi.com/2015
United States of America
Grant
Bamboowifi is a community network that provides internet access to an entire neighborhood or area for free in exchange for watching short ads.
9.cWebsite FormN
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Base de Donnees des Ordres Professionnels de la Sante du Mali
MaliAfricaGovernmentDemandWebsiteE-Government
http://base.cnom.sante.gov.ml/cnom/main.jsp;jsessionid=28A9725AF24D39588ABFA351D61988B3?Language=EN
2012Mali
Government
Creates a database of authorized and certified medical professionals for citizens to use in order to improve healthcare outcomes.
3.1
8
Website FormN
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Batam Wireless Internet Community (BWIC)IndonesiaAsia
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.wiman.me/indonesia/free-wifi-serpong
IndonesiaGrant
BWIC is an app that informs the user of nearby free-WiFi access points including hotspots, restaurants, retails centers and others, and instantly connects the phone to the best and closest network point.
9.cN/AN
61
Bathurst WirelessAustraliaOceania
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://www.bathurstwireless.websyte.com.au/
2003AustrailiaGrant
Bathurst Wireless is a community run, 'not for profit' group which aims to provide a fast, free Wireless Network to Bathurst and close surrounding areas using 802.11 based Wireless equipment.
9.cN/AN
62
BDA Wireless
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.bdawireless.com
United States of America
Grant
BDA Wireless provides fast internet connectivity for payment (normal WiFi service).
9.cWebsite FormN
63
BDB@wirelessBosniaEurope
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://centerac.com/9.cN/AN
64
Bendigo WirelessAustraliaOceaniaGovernmentSupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://www.bendigowireless.net/
9.cN/AN
65
Better Immunization Data (BID) InitiativeVariedAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandApplicationHealthhttp://bidinitiative.org/2013ZambiaGrant
The BID initiative works to use a number of interventions to better health outcomes related to imunizations through electronice immunization registry, training, barcodes on child healthcares and vaccines.
4.4
3.1
Website FormN
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Bettercare Learning ProgrammesVariedAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandWebsiteHealthhttps://bettercare.co.za/1993South AfricaGrant
The primary aim is to ensure that healthcare professionals have access to the most affordable accurate, up-to-date learning programmes.
3.1Website FormN
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Beyond AccessVariedVariedCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationhttp://beyondaccess.net/Grant
Through Beyond Access, IREX works with local partners to promote sustainable, inclusive access to information and technology for those who need it most by partnering with governments, NGOs, local organizations, and donors to help communities create their own sustainable information hubs through libraries.
9.c
4.b
Website FormN
68
Bhutan TVWS trialBhutanAsiaPrivate SectorSupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
http://dynamicspectrumalliance.org/pilots/
2014BhutanGrant
TVWS is used to connect underserved village populations to healthcare by providing point-to-multipoint broadband connectivity over long distances.
9.cN/AN
69
BingeOn
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationZero Rating
https://www.t-mobile.com/offer/binge-on-streaming-video.html
2017
United States of America
Grant
BingeOn is TMobile's service that makes video streaming free (does not take from data caps) for those with qualifying data plans.
Website FormN
70
Blended Learning SolutionsPakistanAsiaCivil Society: NGODemand
Digital Literacy Training: web-based
Educationknowledgeplatform.com2000SingaporeGrant
Knowledge Platform is a learning solutions company that provides holistic e-learning solutions for clients in the form of strategy, content, technology and support on a wide range of subjects in the educational, corporate and government sectors.
4.b
8.2
Website FormN
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Bluespan Wireless
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.bluespanwireless.com/
2013
United States of America
Grant
Bluespan Wireless provides fast internet access to previously underserved areas of Tuscon, Arizona with services such as business/residential services, business phone coverage and other communication technology.
9.cWebsite FormN
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Bluetown IndiaIndiaAsiaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
bluetown.com2006DenmarkGrant
Bluetown works to break down barriers to connectivity ( in 4 key markets (Africa, India, Middle East, South America) to expand connectivity by providing access that is present, affordable, sufficient ICT skills and locally relevant content.
8.2
9.c
info@bluetown.comN
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Bluetown TanzaniaTanzaniaAsiaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
bluetown.com2006DenmarkGrant
Bluetown works to break down barriers to connectivity ( in 4 key markets (Africa, India, Middle East, South America) to expand connectivity by providing access that is present, affordable, sufficient ICT skills and locally relevant content.
8.2
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info@bluetown.com N
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Bo-KaapSouth AfricaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_community_networks_by_region#Africa
South AfricaGrant
A now-defunct “testbed” experiment in a historic inner-city precinct involving 75 of the early Mesh Potatoes and an internet gateway, funded by the Shuttleworth Foundation -unfortunately technology was prioritised over human capacity-building; problems with the equipment combined with lack of community buy-in led to the project lapsing
9.cN/AN
75
Bogota MeshColombia
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://colombia-mesh.org/
Colombia
Bogota-Mesh's main objective is to link free technology decreases the digital divide in Bogota, and help in the creation of an open, decentralized, communitarian, independent and autonomous network that can be used like a tool to share out communitarian, social, cultural, and scientific projects.
9.c
8.2
N/AN
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BogouVariedAfricaPrivate SectorDemandApplicationHealth
https://raft.unige.ch/bogou/
2007SwitzerlandGrant
Bogou is a tele-expertise or remote diagnostic tool that allows health professionals to request a second opinion or decision-making support from other, more specialised health professionals who may be located some distance away.
3
8
Website FormN
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Bosco UgandaUgandaAfricaCivil Society: NGOSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
boscouganda.com2006Uganda
BOSCO Uganda has been implementing a pilot ICT project in 6 IDP-camps in Gulu and Amuru district hrough the use of innovative and collaborative ICT technologies and entrepreneurial uses of micro-scale electricity.
9.c
info@boscouganda.com
N
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Botswana-UPenn Partnership Telemedicine and Health Informatics Program
BotswanaAfrica
Civil Society: Academia
DemandApplicationHealthLocal Content
http://www.med.upenn.edu/botswana/
2007
United States of America
Grant
This is a broad telemedicine program that seeks to circumnavigate the challenging IT infrastructure in the region and a severe shortage of healthcare workers, particularly specialists.
3.1
8.2
N/AN
79
Brazil 4DBrazil
Latin America and the Caribbean
Civil Society: NGODemandWebsiteEducationLocal Content
http://www.ebc.com.br/brasil-4d
Brazil9.c
pautaebcservicos@ebc.com.br
N
80
Breast Cancer Care Mobile AppSri LankaAsia
Civil Society: Academia
DemandApplicationHealth
http://www.medicine.kln.ac.lk/
2017Sri LankaGrant
A mobile app that helps to manage the care of breast cancer patients through SMS and app features.
3.1
5
N/AN
81
Bridging California's Rural/Urban Digital Divide with Mobile Broadband
United States of America
North America
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
DemandWiFiAgriculture
https://www.internetsociety.org/bridging-californias-ruralurban-digital-divide-mobile-broadband
United States of America
Grant
The overall goal of this project is to establish mobile broadband performance in agricultural areas in Yolo County and compare that performance to provider claimed performance and to precision agriculture technology demands, so that these data can inform public policy making on rural broadband
9.cN/AN
82
Bridging the Digital Divide in the School System
RwandaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducationhttp://rtn.rw/2006Rwanda
Government
4, 9.cinfo@rtn.rwN
83
Brismesh, BrisbaneAustraliaOceania
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.jcu.edu.au/information-and-communications-technology/help-and-support/wireless/getting-connected-to-wireless
AustrailiaCombo
James Cook University provides wireless connectivity to its Students, Staff and visiting academics from other supported institutions through eduroam with over 2500 wireless access points.
4Website FormN
84
British Columbia Wireless Network Society (BC Wireless)
CanadaNorth America
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.bcwarn.net/2010CanadaGrant
The BCWARN network allows its users to exchange information between the connected sites such as email, internet-chat, remote printing, VoIP telephone and fax calls, and virtually anything else that one would use the internet for, but without having to rely on commercial network infrastructure.
9.cbcwarn@bcwarn.netN
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Broad LightsVariedVariedPrivate SectorSupplyLi-Fi
Commercial Deployment
www.broadlights.orgSwitzerlandGrant
BroadLights aims to bring affordable connectivity to those countries by working closely with local governments at national, regional and municipal levels to find adequate financing sources and allowing their most economically vulnerable communities (refugees and indigenous people) to access affordable wireless internet.
9.cWebsite FormN
86
Broadband for Rural Nova ScotiaCanadaNorth America
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://whatsyourtech.ca/2013/07/22/her-leadership-on-high-speed-internet-project-puts-canadian-province-on-top/
Canada
Government
BRNS has been cited as a stable and secure base from which the province’s connected communities continue to take full advantage, using the power of the Internet and its potential for boosting economic and social development bringign 100% broadband connectivity to Nova Scotia.
9.c
8.2
Website FormN
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Broadband in remote regions of BrazilBrazil
Latin America and the Caribbean
GovernmentSupplyCellular
Commercial Deployment
http://mtci.govmu.org/English/Pages/Contact-Us.aspx
9.cWebsite FormN
88
Broadwave.com
United States of America
North AmericaPrivate SectorSupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.broadwave.com
2013
United States of America
Grant
Broadwave is the Florida Keys local internet solutions provider, which utilizes the latest fixed wireless technology available, which owns their own independent network and is not reliable on any other carrier.
9.cN/AN
89
BryggenetDenmarkEurope
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://bryggenet.dk/2002DenmarkGrant
The association's purpose is to establish, own and operate a common network through which the individual members connect with internal and external networks, including the television, telephone and data networks by providing members with savings on TV / radio, telephony, Internet access, broadband services, etc. through the establishment, ownership and operation of the network. as well as ensuring quality and independence of suppliers.
9.c
8.2
info@bryggenet.dkN
90
Buffalo Wireless
United States of America
North America
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
http://www.bwig.net/aboutus.htm
1996
United States of America
Grant
Buffalo Wireless provides broadband Internet service at an affordable price with the goal of making the Internet accessible to as many as possible within Buffalo, Minnesota, USA
9.csupport@bwig.netN
91
Cairns WirelessAustraliaOceania
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
http://www.cairnscomputers.com/wireless
AustrailiaGrant
Cairns Wireless provides information about WiFi availability in the Cairns area.
9.c
8.2
Website FormN
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Camara EducationZambiaAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducation
http://camara.org/zam/about-us/
2005ZambiaGrant
Camara Education is a non-profit international educational organisation dedicated to delivering real impact through technology by combining exceptional teacher training with affordable, high-quality refurbished ICT equipment – loaded with educational software and material – to help schools and other educational institutions set up sustainable e-learning centres.
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13.a
zambia@camara.org
N
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Cambridge white spaces trialEnglandEurope
Civil Society: Academia
SupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/news/hi-tech/13960-cambridge-white-space-trial-success
2012
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Grant
The consortium explored and measured a range of applications — rural wireless broadband, urban pop-up coverage and the emerging “machine-to-machine” communication — and found TV white spaces can be successfully utilized to help satisfy the rapidly accelerating demand for wireless connectivity-tests showed that TV white spaces can help extend broadband access and offload mobile broadband data traffic.
9.c
whitespaces@microsoft.com
N
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Camp Code AwayIndonesiaAsiaCivil Society: NGODemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducation
http://campcodeaway.com/
BaliGrant
Camp Code Away offers a 12 week coding bootcamp in Bali-divided into six weeks of remote coursework and six weeks of onsite instruction where students learn HTML, CSS, Git, Sinatra and more.
4.4N/AN
95
Canberra Wireless NetworkAustraliaOceania
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Community Network
https://www.cwn.net.au/AustrailiaGrant
Canberra Wireless Network provides wireless broadband access for both home, business and special event use in Canberra and the surrounding area.
9.cWebsite FormN
96
Capacity building for social developmentArgentina
Latin America and the Caribbean
GovernmentDemandDigital Literacy Training: in-personEducation
http://www.desarrollosocial.gob.ar/
N/AN
97
Cape Town TV White Spaces (TVWS) TrialSouth AfricaAfrica
Civil Society: Academia
SupplyTVWS
Commercial Deployment
https://www.tenet.ac.za/tvws
2013South AfricaGrant
With the support of ICASA, the communications regulator of South Africa, a group of partners implemented a TVWS trial network covering ten schools in the Western Cape over a six month period during 2013 with the goals of: Demonstrate that TVWS can be used to deliver affordable broadband and Internet services without interfering with TV reception + Increase awareness of the potential for TVWS technology in South Africa and across the continent.
9.c
4.4
N/AN
98
Cape Town Wireless User GroupSouth AfricaAfrica
Civil Society: Volunteer-led
SupplyWiFi
Commercial Deployment
https://ctwug.za.net/South AfricaGrant
Cape Town Wireless User Group promotes the use and understanding of 802.11 wireless equipment and to build a citywide free wireless network available to all-not for profit.
9.c
tenetadmin@tenet.ac.za
N
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Cardiologie pour TousCôte d'IvoireAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandApplicationHealthhttp://sibim.ci/2015Grant
The program used telemedicine to improve the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular pathologies.
3.1N/AN
100
CardiopadCameroonAfricaCivil Society: NGODemandApplicationHealth
https://himore-medical.com/
2009CameroonGrant
The Cardiopad is a product developed by Himore Medical that transmits cardiac data via a mobile network to a national data center which is then downladed by a cardiologist who then sends a prescription and diagnosis.
3.d
contact@himore-medical.com
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