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Role of win-win public-private partnerships in connecting people with disabilities

Agreement between GDCO and PWDs Union for better connectionGDCO Paper PresentationAction disability for development organization (ADD International), USAID Sudan and many partners organized a workshop in the Telecommunication Tower Khartoum Sudan.…See More
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Cairman of GDCO
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alamaraat post office, box 15021 code 12217 khartoum sudan
What does your organization do (100-word description)
GDCO is NGO in Gedaref Sudan and part of the Telecentres movement. GDCO is the winner OF 7 ICT4D award. It the founder of the first Telecentre academy in Africa, middle east and the thirteen in world.The Digital City of Eindhoven (DSE) Netherlands (the founder and well-known partner of GDCO) donated 750 computers and more than ten projects were established using ICT for community development. GDCO & SPEG (foundation of Eindhoven volunteers for Gedaref projects) started new partnership for community development including people with disability (especially deaf), Gedaref university, (faculty of medicine) e-agriculture, SeVO and other project
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10 -14
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iam member of the global telecentre movement and the founder of the first Telecentre academy in Africa, middle east and the thirteen in world. also i participated in more than 85 conferences, workshop and exhibition speaking about the telecentres in community development through ICT
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Role of win-win public-private partnerships in connecting people with disabilities

Posted on July 23, 2019 at 11:30 0 Comments

Agreement between GDCO and PWDs Union for better connection

GDCO Paper Presentation

Action disability for development organization (ADD International), USAID Sudan…


GDCO contribution to the SDGs since it joined UNGC Sudan Network 2014

Posted on February 18, 2019 at 9:55 0 Comments

Gedaref digital city organization (GDCO) is a civil society in Gedaref Sudan. It is part of the Telecentre movement. GDCO is a win-win people, public, private partnership (PPPP) for community development through ICT founded in partnership with the Digital City of Eindhoven (DSE Netherlands) and supported by many partners.

GDCO joined the UN Global Compact Sudan Network (UNGC SN) in 2014. Since that time GDCO merged the 10 principals of UNGC in the SDGs and WSIS action…


The 3rd Migration and Development Forum (Dan Hague) Netherlands

Posted on September 26, 2016 at 14:30 0 Comments

The idea of the Migration and development Forum has been existed as a direct result and product of the Sudanese Dutch Cooperation in Knowledge and experiences transfer through qualified migrants through TRQN Program.…


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At 7:23 on August 28, 2009, Seuwandi Yapa said…
here are all the details for u..
Call For Papers : eAsia 2009

Centre for Science, Development and Media Studies (CSDMS), India and Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA), Sri Lanka have joined hands to organise 4th annual eASiA 2009 conference and exhibition in Colombo, Sri Lanka to celebrate the year 2009 as the year of ICT and English as declared by HE Mahinda Rajapaksa, President, Sri Lanka and to promote growth of ICT4D, through consultative dialoguing, strategic planning, knowledge networking and business partnering.

eAsia 2009, is the annual international Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for development event that provides opportunity for all stakeholders in the ICT arena to come closer and share a level-playing ground through active conferencing and networking. Spanning over three days, the event will comprise unique thematically inter-related conferences, in the domains of e-Governance, Digital Learning, e-Health and Telecentres, Emerging e-Technologies. The five tracks of eASIA2009 are:

* eGov
* Digital Learning
* eHealth
* Telecentre Forum
* Emerging e-Technologies

Call for Papers
eASiA 2009 seeks call for abstracts/proposal(s) from speakers who illustrate innovation in using ICT for development, by September 15, 2009

Abstracts and Extended Abstracts Submission: September 15, 2009
Notification of Acceptance of Abstract: October 1, 2009

Full Paper Submission: November 3, 2009
Submit your abstracts/proposals to us at papers@e-asia.org

Guidelines for Abstract and Paper Submission

People sending their abstracts/ full paper through email are requested to strictly follow the guidelines given below. Incomplete papers will not be accepted.


File format – Word Document or PDF
Font style – Arial or Times New Roman in single column format
Font size- 12 for paper
Font size- 14 for the title and authors
Line spacing -1.5 lines
Margins-One inch (2.5cm) at the top, bottom and sides of the page

Abstract and Full Paper

Word limit for abstract should be around 500 words. Include the paper title and authors details as follows (contact details will be given in the conference programme)

Paper Title: The title of the paper should not exceed 8 words.

Author 1 name:
Author 1 Institution:
Email id:
Author 2 name:
Author 2 institution:
Email id:

Word limit for final paper (excluding the abstract, tables, diagrams and references) should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words. Accuracy for all material supplied is the responsibility of the author.

Authors Bio and Image

Authors are requested to submit a brief bio (describing their areas of interest and their present work areas) of about 100 words along with the abstract and an image (high resolution preferably 300 dpi) of the author/s.

Figures and tables

Figures, tables and images should follow the references. Please make sure that every table or figure is referred to in the text. The table or figure will be placed after the first mention in the text. Legends should be short, descriptive and define any acronyms, abbreviations or symbols used.

Authors are requested to provide full color high-resolution images (preferably 300 dpi, jpeg image). The images should also be attached separately with the papers and properly referenced with the text.


References to published works must be cited in text according to the author/date system and listed alphabetically as a separate appendix titled 'References' at the end of the manuscript.

A general guideline for papers

The paper may be on accomplished research results, assessments of projects/work-in-progress or fresh concepts, preliminary research results. The paper should state clearly the objective of the project, motivation/need and context of the research/project, describe the methodology used, summarise key findings and state their importance to ICT in education.

Endnotes and footnotes should be kept to an absolute minimum. Substantive comments should be integrated within the text rather than placed in a note.

Abstracts and Extended Abstracts Submission
eASiA 2009 seeks call for abstracts/proposal(s) from speakers who illustrate innovation in using ICT for development, by September 15, 2009

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At 7:12 on August 28, 2009, Seuwandi Yapa said…
not to Worry Eisa,
I will send you all the deatails...
Give me ur email address

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