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Dennis S. Doe (WAEC Adv. Dip. in IT/ Inveneo ICT Partner) has a history of activism in ICTs for Development (ICT4D) in Ghana. In addition to serving oneVillage Foundation-Ghana as the Multimedia Designer/ Network Technician/ Trainer, he has collaborated and contributed to the activities of local and International organizations, including the prestigious Commonwealth of Learning (COL), International Institute for Communications and Development (IICD) and the Content Development Initiative (CDI) Project, an externally funded project under the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
He volunteered to work on the Chemistry Labs Project on Wiki Educator and has now founded his own business “DEMI-COM Ghana” where he serves as the C.E.O.
Aside his passion to introduce people to Christ, Dennis also has the desire to see organizations and Ghanaians in general embrace efficient free/ low-cost technologies like WikiEducator, Linux, NComputing, Inveneo Computers, Solar Technologies, etc, in to help overcome poverty.
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Number of Participants by country/gender for Learning4Content Initiative only
Overall Participation by country/gender of WikiEducator Workshops held since inception