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ICT Tools and Resources that African Civil Society Organizations can use in support of their important work. Self promotion ok, but must be demonstrably useful.
Hands-on Tutorials and recipes that describe how to use ICT. We all know there are many ways to do things and there is no single best approach. Do feel free to correct, update or offer alternatives!
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Events in the African civil society calendar featuring ICT, including <a href="http://kabissa.org/africaroundtable">Kabissa Africa Roundtable webinars</a>.
Do you work for an African Civil Society Organization? Introduce it here and tell us how you are (or would like to be) using ICT in support of your mission. Self-promotion very welcome!
All topics in this category have some connection with Dadamac, either through Dadamac Foundation (see our new (2015) website <a href="http://www.dadamac.org">www.dadamac.org</a> or through the wider "Dadamac network".