FYI, from the Community Content blog 25 09 2009:
Local Content & Community Radio in Nakaseke
"Nakaseke has figured in a lot of stories about using ICTs in Africa. One of the original flagship UNESCO community multimedia centres, supported by IDRC and several other donors and now deriving most of its income from its own activities, Nakaseke illustrates how hard it is for even a well resourced telecentre to survive and thrive. Peter Balaba has been the coordinator for five years.
"During this time the Radio station at the heart of the centre has continued to thrive and he has built up the computing resources, earning revenue through access charges and training programmes. ..."
[also includes a video]
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