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The Jeffrey Town Model for Community Development
This paper will set out to show how the Jeffrey Town model for community development has been effectively applied to the deep rural community of Jeffrey Town in Jamaica, hence the Jeffrey Town Model with ICT as a key ...
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 ...
Knowing and Growing Network of Organic Women Farmers in the Caribbean: Digital media for learning, networking and farm management
With no explanation for climate change or the abrupt shifts in weather, farmers may think this is ‘God’s work’ - and beyond the control of mere mortals. By extension, farmers might not consider themselves actors of consequence ...
Emerging Technologies, Established Communities, & Evolving Universities
Post-secondary institutions in Canada and around the world are in a constant state of flux due to changing population demographics and newer technologies. With multifarious demands for corollary revenues and bottom lines, ...
Getting Ready: Using Participatory Communication and Learning to Improve Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation in the Caribbean
Rural communities in many parts of the world face increasing challenges to survive due to pressures caused by climate change and globalization. This is especially true in Small Island Developing states (SIDS) such as those ...