Nabil Eid
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  • Syrian Arab Republic
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Where do you work?
ICT4D PWD, SCHR Organisation
Organisation's Website
Organisation's Address
Salamieh Telecentre, Reefnet Project
Studies Centre for Handicapped Research
What does your organization do (100-word description)
ICTs can open new vistas for disabled people and make a different world through education, as well as by rehabilitation and building their capacities.
The ‘Information Society for All’ target can be achieved through building and supporting telecentres in different areas all over the world especially in the poor and developing countries which should and could be structured in a way so that’ they can look after the needs of the disabled.
ICTs are useful for improving the quality of life by enhancing effectiveness of teaching, developing life-skills; complementing learning in special needs education, and exploring other related issues.
What digital skills training or activities do you or does your organization offer (if any)?
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have the potential for making significant improvements in the lives of (PWDs).
And ICT has been identified as an important aspect of the wider strategy for the social inclusion of disabled people.
1. Learning at Distance
Distance courses allow disabled students to continue living at home while they are studying, to share documents, lessons, exchange ideas and make presentations. Using a computer were common components for the training and studying.
2. Reading Digital and Audio Libraries.
University students with a hearing disability, reading disability, blind, dyslexia and other disabilities are now able to get their courses from digital and audio libraries and get material, content, resources from internet, the students can themselves connect from home and read or hear the relevant books, without needing to go to the university or local library.
3. Internet, Broadband for PWDs.
The disabled people are limited by their capacity to communicate with each other at a distance, but during the internet they are gathering and understanding public information, news, participating in leisure interests with others, chat, shopping, attending finances, writing to authorities and friends, a computer with a broadband connection provides opportunities for enhanced participation and independence life.
4. Winning communication – distance guidance
ICT provides people with disabilities with effective guidance, for example, about labor market issues and limiting factors include access to specialists in labor market guidance with awareness to the issues in their related fields.
5. Implementation of many ICT Telecentres in the rural areas
Maximize the use of computer skills for the welfare of disabled people in rural communities. Also, creation of public awareness that PWDs can utilize their potentials for their use and the society using adaptive technology.
Your function and/or responsibilities related to digital skills training and empowerment
Chairman of SCHR Organisation
How did you learn about this community?
I got involved through a telecentre-europe event
Why would yo like to join the network?
Area of Expertise:
ICT for Development Rural Community.
ICT for Development PWDs
ICT4D Rural (women's, Youth, Children, Persons with Disabilities).
ICT Policy.
ICTs in non-formal education.
Training and capacity building.

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Last few days to participate in our Google Basics competition for telecentre managers

Posted on June 24, 2014 at 11:54 0 Comments

HURRY! Deadline is just around the corner

We are now in the final week of our Google Basics Telecentre Challenge.

Inviting all telecentre managers worldwide to get as many people in your community to sign up for our FREE Google Basics Certification Course. In return, you get a chance to win one of two units of…


UPDATED Webinar - Mobile Impact 101: Taking Your Cause Mobile on Jun 26!

Posted on June 19, 2014 at 8:42 0 Comments

There are now more cell phones than toothbrushes, and as of 2013, smartphones surpassed regular phone sales.

But what are the implications for your organization, and how can you quickly yet effectively craft a mobile impact strategy to advance your efforts, programs, and even fundraising?

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Posted on June 17, 2014 at 18:00 0 Comments

Did you know that for as low as $25 you could make a difference in the life of a person in the developing world?

We can help you make that choice today.

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2 Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 up for grabs in Telecentre Challenge

Posted on June 17, 2014 at 17:52 0 Comments

Are you running a public access center or telecentre in your community?

Well, here’s a great opportunity for you! Encourage the people in your community to sign up for our FREE Google Basics certification course within the month of June.

Telecentre Challenge! Now, isn't that a win-win move?

The competition will run until June 30, 11:59 PM UTC.



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