Bope Domilongo Christian christianbope at gmail.com
Sun Dec 9 20:12:59 UTC 2018

On Sun, Dec 9, 2018, 8:55 PM Matogoro Jabera <jaberamatogoro at gmail.com

> Dear Colleagues,
> The first community network and community radio workshop was held in
> Dodoma, Tanzania from 5th – 7th December 2018. The workshop was designed
> to bring together various stakeholders supporting the community network and
> community radio in Tanzania and beyond. Community established networks
> also referred to as “Community Networks” (CN) have existed for many years
> and, provide a sustainable solution to address the connectivity gaps that
> exist in urban, remote, and rural areas around the world. Similarly,
> community broadcasters also referred as “Community Radios (CR)” can be
> generally defined as those which are independent, not-for-profit, and
> governed by and in the service of the communities they serve.
> The objective of the workshop was to promote the creation and growth of
> Community Networks and Community Radio thereby increase collaboration among
> operators working in these areas in Tanzania. Workshop participants also
> discussed the role of the community network and community radio towards
> Industrialized Economy. The workshop was planned to be an annual event
> bringing together various stakeholders working in the area of the community
> network and community radio in Tanzania and beyond.
> In this email, I am attaching media coverage for your  reference:
> https://youtu.be/71Tz4d7W7Mc
> I have also published a book chapter on Kondoa Community Network,
> available at:
> https://giswatch.org/sites/default/files/giswatch18_web_0.pdf
> Regards,
> MATOGORO Jabhera
> Assistant Lecturer
> College of Informatics and Virtual Education
> The University of Dodoma
> P.O Box 490,
> Dodoma.
> Website: www.udom.ac.tz
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