Mobile Opportunities: Exploring Innovative pathways for Marginalized Communities (A Trinidad and Tobago Perspective)
The Mobile Opportunities Research Project is the focal point for conducting studies in pro-poor, mobile application needs assessment, design, development, deployment and evaluation. In this project, Caribbean fisher folk represent the target group for the development and demonstration of local innovative capacity.
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