UNICEF has announced an initiative that aims to invest in open source technologies for children. With $9 million raised so far, the fund is looking for innovators in developing countries to develop innovative solutions for children.
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For a long time, the transparency of the Information Laws in Cambodia is questionable. However, in a recent initiative by the Ministry of Information, the public can now have access to the Information Laws and are invited to give their input!
With technology having such a huge following here in Cambodia, some organisations such as InSTEDD iLAB Southeast Asia has harnessed the technology in innovative ways to aid the Health Department of Cambodia in becoming more efficient. Curious about this? Read more to find out!
Nested in a clever corner above a convenience mart, CoLAB has been a space for anyone to access for a great environment to work on something together or simply to get the resources they need. Leo Jofeh, one of the managing admins of the place, sat down with Geeks in Cambodia to share more about what CoLAB does as well as his very own personal initiative, S.T.E.M Phnom Penh. Find out more by reading the article!
Are you someone who has a business or personal project that is in need of funding? If so, why not try out these crowdfunding sites. Compared to traditional funding by a single investor, crowdfunding utilises the large Internet community to help you spread the word and fund your project! Find out more by clicking on this article!