Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Sisu Global Health is a medical technology social venture, which seeks to increase
the quality of life for people in the developing world while growing as a self-sustaining
business. Over the past few years we have developed connections and worked
with doctors in Ghana to address serious needs.
Plans are currently being laid for a new era of development, as the United Nations’
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) edge closer to their 2015 expiry date.
What will replace them will be a more inclusive framework that leverages new
technology and innovation to help reach targets.
Cisco recently held its first Connected Women event in South Africa which aims
to build a community of women within the ICT industry who are able to network,
share ideas and brainstorm around how women can be developed within the industry.
In this video, Emma Roffey, Marketing Director at Cisco, discusses the five things
companies can do to attract more women to the ICT industry and ensure their growth
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With Charge-up Ghana, SVAfrica and VEG want to train young people to produce
small, cheap and low-tech solar-powered devices such as cell phone chargers, lamps
and radios. This video shows the pilot phase which took place in Ho, Ghana on the
premises of VEG in February 2014.
The advent of technology has made writing letters a thing of the past. In times past,
'Pen friending' or 'pen palling' was common among students, in secondary schools,
who made friends with people in other countries through writing letters. Computers
and the Internet have made it even easier for such friendships to thrive. Mrs Matilda
Amissah-Arthur encouraged students to use the Internet to cultivate genuine