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Every group has a home page hosted by Google where members can start new discussions or reply to older topics.Every group also has its own email address to help its members stay in touch with each other.

Kahuma, a recent graduate who also prefers anonymity because of the gravity of the matter, admits to recruiting a few sexual partners from social networks.

The Role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Poverty Reduction is widely recognized.

Data collection is currently being carried out in Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa and Kisumu with key informants from the government (national and county), civic society and software developers, armed with this quest, we set out to Nakuru county.

Google Groups is a free service which helps groups of people communicate effectively using email and the Web.

In particular, ICTs represent an important tool for women empowerment as they give women more opportunities to start businesses, look for jobs, learn about their rights, report violence, educate themselves and acquire knowledge to improve their families’ daily lives.

Women’s access to the ICTs is therefore an essential part of the development process.

In Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, there is a growing number of government portals for public sector information (PSI) provision, responding to complaints about quality of public services or for corruption whistle-blowing, and generally making PSI more readily available, such as open data portals and budget information websites.

Read more Fellowship Opportunity | About the ICT4Democracy in East Africa network The network works in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda to achieve two top-line objectives: 1) Increased citizen participation in governance and the realisation of human rights through ICT; and 2) Improved transparency and accountability of governments through ICT.

Partners in the network are the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA), the Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET), Transparency International Uganda, i Hub Research (Kenya), the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), the Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG, Tanzania) and Toro Development Network (Toro Dev). Read more Fellowship Opportunity | About the ICT4Democracy in East Africa network The network works in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda to achieve two top-line objectives: 1) Increased citizen participation in governance and the realisation of human rights through ICT; and 2) Improved transparency and accountability of governments through ICT.

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