Gamos and CTO have worked with a range of partners on research into the use of telecommunications amongst the rural poor, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
This portal provides access to documents published from recent projects.
The economic impact of telecommunications on rural livelihoods and poverty reduction
Innovative Demand Models for Telecommunications Services
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Links to other Gamos sites

Telecoms in Africa and Asia

Gamos is a small but influential company working with the social factors surrounding development interventions, organisational development, technology use and transfer.
The following are links to some of their projects:

The Remittances and mobile phones project is researching ways mobile phones can be used to send migrant remittances.

The Community Television for development project explores the opportunities presented by digital convergence for locally produced and broadcast television and radio for development.

The Sustainable ICTs project researched the sustainablility factors involved in integrating ICTs into ongoing development activities.

The Community Telecentres for Urban Youth project explored a local content based model of community telecentres.

The e-Commerce and Handicrafts project looked at how craft producers could take advantage of the internet and e-commerce opportunities to sell their goods.

The Sustainalbe Livelihoods and energy project aimed at assisting general extension workers to be aware of energy in thier grassroots work.

The Displaced Person Domestic Energy project demonstrated the use of a new psychosocial survey tool to assess environmental and energy concerns.

The Exit Strategies for Resettlement of Drought Prone Populations project assessed the various approaches to the handover of water pumps in resettlement areas from an external organisation to the local community.

The Art for Social Change site describes the work of Bill Crooks

Be sure to visit the personal site of Simon Batchelor.

Site created by Simon Hearn, Gamos Ltd.