Digitalising International Development for Inclusive Societies
Over decades of engagement in International Development, SPIDER has learnt that there is a particular lack of access to the benefits reaped by technological solutions among some marginalised population groups – due perhaps to personal characteristics such as gender, disability, educational attainment, age or sexuality. To this end, SPIDER has actively engaged its partners to focus on the needs of these marginalised population groups, and initiated a number of projects that directly address the needs of some of these groups over the past year – a trend we intend to maintain in the future.
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- Tanzania 60% 60%
- Uganda 20% 20%
- Bolivia 20% 20%
Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
University of Dar es Salaam
The Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology
Universidad Mayor de San Andrés
ICT Regulation – Policy and Practice
The programme is held in close collaboration with the Swedish regulatory authority, PTS.
Active programme rounds
New change initiatives
Completed change initiatives
Number of countries