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Welcome to Spider

The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (Spider) is a resource center in Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D). We bring together actors from different parts of society to promote and improve the use of ICT for development.  

Modes of Operation

This is done in a number of ways. Our four modes of operation are Projects, Research Networks and Capacity building.

Thematic focus

Thematically, we have three focus areas: Transparency and Accountability, Education and Learning; and Health and Wellbeing. 

EKG curve ending with a heart on green bottom below 3 Good health and well-being

Spider is looking for an intern - Qualitative Data Analyst

Do you have a Master degree in Health informatics, ICT4D, Development, Public Health or something similiar? Have experience carrying out independent qualitative data analysis? Looking for an internship? This may be an opportunity for you.

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Review of Education proposals finalised

The response to the open call for education projects was overwhelming. Spider received over 150 applications from 12 different countries in three continents. A high number of these proposals were high quality, and the reviewing took longer than anticipated.

circle with the MTO and STOs for Spider's health programme

Selections for round 2 of ICT4Health proposals

The selection of concept notes regarding ICT4Health projects has been finalised. 11 concept notes has been selected and the proposing organisations will get the chance to develop their concepts into a full proposal before the final selection.

Contact us

Post Address
DSV, Spider, Stockholm University
Postbox 7003
SE-164 07 Kista, Sweden

Visiting address
NOD Building, Borgarfjordsgatan 12, Kista, Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46 (0)8 16 2000
Fax: +46 (0)8 703 9025

E-mail: info@spidercenter.org

 

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