‘INDIGO DREAMS’ – Read the full article here (cover page, and page 106 to 115)
“Before I learned ICT skills, I felt like I was living my life stuck in a box,” says Sarit “Na Noy” Tipnangrongn, referring to the confines of her circumstances growing up poor in Buriram, one of Thailand’s most impoverished and drought-plagued provinces. “Now I can help people and learn about those who live outside the village and communicate with them without seeing their faces.”
June 20 | BANGKOK – We live in an increasingly digital world where technology is no longer an additive to development programs, but often a core tool for us to connect with our constituencies, understand our progress, and communicate our successes. Most development organization staff, and a growing number of the individuals they work with, have some experience using ICTs.