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Open source in developing countries

WEERAWARANA, Sanjiva
WEERATUNGA, Jivaka
2004

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This study discusses the history of open source, how open source works, and why developers contribute to open source. After examining open source markets and business models, it presents a strategy framework and strategy map for developing countries to go down the open source path. Finally, it presents a classification of the current status of developing countries in relation to its IT policy and infrastructure and how a donor agency can assist in exploiting open source to create value in the economy. A case study of Sri Lanka illustrares how the donor action plan, strategy implementation and strategy map all tie together

HIV/AIDS country profile : Philippines

HEALTH ACTION INFORMATION NETWORK (HAIN)
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL AIDS COUNCIL
January 2000

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Includes information on the current situation in terms of HIV and AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases in the Philippines, with tables and figures giving relevant supporting statistics for each region. Also gives a summary of responses at national, regional, donor and NGO level

disabilitykenya.org

DISABILITYKENYA.ORG
OMEDA ENTERPRISES

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DisabilityKenya.org is a website featuring a range of topics relevant to the daily lives of disabled people living in Kenya. For example the website covers relationships, leisure activities, business, education and health issues

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