I’ve got another guest post, It’s 2017, You Should be Localizing Your ICT4D Solutions Already, over on ICT Works: http://www.ictworks.org/2017/03/30/its-2017-you-should-be-localizing-your-ict4d-solutions-already/ Abstract: There are 7099 languages and the top 10 are only spoken by half the world. To reach the “next billion”, ICT projects need to be localized in each local languages. This is particularly complex… Continue reading Another ICT Works Guest Post: It’s 2017, You Should be Localizing Your ICT4D Solutions Already
Technology used in development projects should be locally available, locally sourced, locally trained, and locally maintained for success!
Abstract: The three primary sources of ethno-linguistic data that Seed Company uses are Ethnologue, Joshua Project, and GRN’s Registry of Dialects. Ethnologue is a list of the world’s languages. Joshua Project is a list of people groups. GRN is a list of dialects. End-user support for all three is already integrated into 87/6, but lookup… Continue reading Survey of Language Development Data Sources
Abstract: This week’s session on Travel Security is a panel discussion by Christie Davis (Area Director for Islands Asia), Cate Burnett Fierbaugh (Area Director for the Sahel), Dave Parker (Story Manager, formerly assigned to PBT West Africa branch), and Tony Pitaniello (Field Coordinator for Eurasia), with Stephen Fierbaugh moderating. APA Citation Fierbaugh, Stephen (Moderator); Davis,… Continue reading Travel Security: A Panel Discussion
Abstract: Surviving Celibacy, 2nd Edition © 2010 Stephen Fierbaugh International Standard Book Number: 978-0-578-04608-2 [This book is available for purchase from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.] Abstract and TOC Surviving Celibacy is practical biblical teaching on topics like loneliness, masturbation, coveting your neighbor’s family, and depression. In between, join Stephen in an exploration of the… Continue reading Surviving Celibacy, 2nd Edition