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Jayne Cravens
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  • Portland, OR
  • United States
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"I'll be in DC area April 8 to present at a conference; would love to set up other meetings/trainings while there. http://ning.it/1akQUF3"
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mWomen

exploring gender gap in mobile phone ownership in lower- and middle-income countries and its development repercussions
Nov 2, 2012
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Civil Society 2.0

Exploring applications of technology to ensure civil society organizations operate more effectively and collaboratively. Conference on Nov 4, unconference on Nov 5. Sign up at the URL below.
Nov 2, 2012
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Rio+2.0: Bridging Connection Technologies and Sustainable Development

A three day gathering at Stanford University of global policy-makers, practitioners, and innovators on the use of connection technologies (SMS, mobile, web, etc.) to advance sustainable development solutions in the fields of health, the environment, agriculture, and sustainable economic growth. We will explore existing and proposed technologies adn the opportunities as well as attributes of the innovation culture, and the role of governments and civil society in fostering broader innovation.…See More
Nov 2, 2012
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What is your own/group's Web site?
http://www.coyotecommunications.com
What do you want to get from Tech@State?
Ideas for how Internet and phone technology can improve the education, health, and welfare of disadvantaged people, especially women and girls.
Why is user need more important than cool tech? Or is it?
If my small town got a donation of 20 Ferraris to replace our five mass transit buses, we would have way, way cooler "tech", but it wouldn't meet the needs of MOST users.

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