LIRNEasia is a regional ICT policy and regulation think tank active across the Asia Pacific

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Calling for Proposals from potential Bidders to conduct nationally representative studies of ICT access and use in Pakistan and Cambodia. Click on the country names for comprehensive information.

Mobiles as microscopes

Nuwan Waidyanatha’s RTBP project at LIRNEasia examines how mobiles can be used to communicate epidemiological information from the field for analysis through data mining. Here, the mobile can be used to directly gather data from patients. MICROSCOPES are invaluable tools to identify blood and other cells when screening for diseases like anemia, tuberculosis and malaria. […]

Discerning teleuse from mobile transaction generated information

What LIRNEasia tries to do with its teleuse@BOP research is to understand how and why people use ICTs at the bottom of the pyramid. We do this from the demand side. That has its advantages, but disadvantages too, such as cost, shortcomings in memory, etc. Therefore, we were thrilled to see someone else engaged in […]

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