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Zenzeleni
A model for people-owned telecommunications that helps communities to build and control their own phone/data networks, lowering costs and connecting lives!
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Coenraad Loubser Sep 4
are built by the most inclusive, diverse group of people, everywhere from rural where fast came before literacy, roads, water and electricity, to Big City , where business as usual still falls short of serving everybody.
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ISOC Africa Sep 6
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Carlos Rey-Moreno Sep 6
team preparing their wireless router for the site visit today to
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ISOC Africa Sep 6
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Carlos Rey-Moreno Sep 7
Tribal authority from Mankosi receiving the participants from the 3rd summit on in Africa. At the place where started.
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Zenzeleni Sep 6
DAY 5 IS HERE! We are going into the community today, doing final preperations Zithulele here we come!
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Soweto Wireless Sep 5
Looking forward to the site visit....😀!
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Zenzeleni Sep 5
Woman are very under-represented in policy and regulatory spaces… how can we do more to include women in these spaces - carlos rey moreno Creating Enabling Policies and Regulations for Community Networks
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Zenzeleni Sep 5
Good Morning Africa, we would like to share a glimpse of the dedication to the community network summit here, zenzeleni team planning for the site visit happening tomorrow. SO EXCITED!
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Carlos Rey-Moreno Sep 5
Starting the 4th day of the summit in in Africa starting with a session on "financing models" Machado Works and Muranbinda
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
I would love to see a xhosa child, speak xhosa on YouTube and know that there is nothing wrong with it - Nomsasa (headman´s wife) Mankosi, Eastern Cape, South Africa -
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
"When we first opened our Centre in India, it was the girl child that was climbing the walls to participate" - Ritu Srivastava (DEF India)
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
"We are the pillars, we don´t give up" - Zenzeleni Women Mankosi & Zithulele, Eastern Cape, South Africa - Third Community Networks Summit, Lubanzi EC, SA.
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
Answers included, I charge the phones, i attend the meetings, I cook for the meetings, I sell the vouchers to access the zenzeleni internet and more.
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
We often talk about what should and should not be or can be when it comes to gender inclusion in community networks, but what are women in community workers already doing?
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Zenzeleni Sep 4
Who are you raising your daughter to be? a question being asked at the Community Networks Summit where we are talking about promoting gender inclusion.
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Nicolas Pace Sep 4
technical team made the african summit connected, as well as part of the rural communities. Congrats!!!
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Nicolas Pace Sep 4
Ownership and sustainability can come from the community, demonstrated by and shared by Jay
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ISOC Africa Sep 4
The word of the day from at the 3rd Summit- A COLLECTIVE MIND SET. NO ONE CAN BE LEFT BEHIND!
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