Patricia . K. Litho University of East London Gender, ICTs and Development workshop, IDPM’s University of Manchester, 6 th June 2006. Structure of the presentation. Introduction ICTs for development (ICT4D) The research context Theoretical perspectives African feminist perspectives
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Gender, ICTs and Development workshop, IDPM’s University of Manchester, 6th June 2006
as a multidimensional process through which women become aware of their subordinate position, the power structures in their environment and then try to do something to overcome these constraints.
The functionality of the ICT project and the Uganda context generally can be seen through the story of the mobile success story and illustrations like thus one .Source: www.idrc.org/Uganda/telecentre