Cross Cultural Collaboration

Special Projects

Needs analysis for COL

Project is Active: 
0

In 2003 Krishna Alluri of COL (Commonwealth of Learning) asked Pamela to do a needs analysis in Ago-Are. David Mutua and Pamela organised this together.

Meetings were arranged with various interest groups. The outcomes of the interest group meetings were captured in short video reports. This ensured the words of the interest group representative(s) were captured faithfully.

Chris Macrae and the Muhamad Yunus Book Club

Location: 
Project is Active: 
0

Chris Macrae was keen to promote the ideas in Muhamad Yunus’ book, ‘World Without Poverty’.  To this end he distributed free copies of the book and encouraged people to set up book clubs. 

Pamela organised distribution of the books in Nigeria and Kenya  (with some of the Kenyan books reaching Tanzania and Uganda). 

Oke-Ogun Community Development Network (OCDN)

Is this a Dadamac Project: 
0
Project is Active: 
0

This is the network that was set up in Oyo State to continue the work of the late Peter Adetunji Oyawale. The commitee was originally called Oke-Ogun Community Development Agenda 2000 Plus - which is what Peter had called his project in Oke-Ogun. Later this name was simplified to Oke-Ogun Community Development Network.

Dadamac Day

Project Organisation: 
Location: 
Project is Active: 
0

(Updated by Pamela McLean October 2013)

Dadamac Day is an annual celebration of the Dadamac Community, held in November. See below for the early approach to Dadamac Day, which was originally only connected with the Teachers Talking group. Over the years the emphasis has shifted to the wider Dadamac Commmunity meeting on the Internet, and we no longer organise a "physical location re-union celebration party" at Fantsuam. The way we mark Dadamac Day year by year reflects what is currently happening.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Zittnet - Rural Connectivity at Fantsuam

Interests: 
Project is Active: 
0

Dishes at FantsuamDadamac could not have come into being without the Internet connectivity provided by Zittnet. Zittnet ("Appropriate power and ICTs for the developing world") is a social business that came into being under the wing of Dadamac's sister organisation Fantsuam Foundaton.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Cross Cultural Collaboration