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ICT-led social innovation process 2011 : feedback, evaluation and lessons learned

Document type: report
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Note: Co-creation of programmes in ICT for health, education and economic development has been the starting point for the Connect 4 Change (C4C) alliance and put into practise in 2011. IICD, Cordaid, Edukans and ICCO in collaboration with AKVO, Text2Change and partner organisations united for the design and implementation of ICT4Development programmes. This so-called ICT-led social innovation process started in 2011. The ICT-based Social Innovation Process enables diverse stakeholders to set priorities for strengthening the sectors they have an interest in, shape their sector’s development path, and design how their organisations will use ICT tools to empower their staff and their beneficiaries to create positive change. From its inception, IICD has thus always regarded ICT as tools whose power can be harnessed by people in developing countries to shape their own development rather than technology being a goal.
Authors: Hofs, L.
Corporate author(s): C4C - Connect4Change
Category: Practice
Editor: Jessurun, J.
Keywords: information and communication technologies , knowledge management
Language: eng
Organization: IICD - International Institute for Communication and Development
PAGE: 11
Place: The Hague
Publisher: IICD
Year: 2012
Right: © 2012 IICD
Subject: Information, Knowledge and Communication
Title: ICT-led social innovation process 2011 : feedback, evaluation and lessons learned