Student papers


Student and workshop papers

André Baart. Kasadaka: A Sustainable Voice-Service Platform. Developing a Voice Service Development Kit. Master Thesis VU Information Science. December 2017. [PDF]

Fahad Ali. Machine-to-Machine Communication in Rural Conditions. Realising Kasadakanet. Master Thesis Vu Information Science. December 2017. [PDF]

Justyna Kleczar . General purpose methodology and tooling for Text-to-Speech support in voice services for under-resourced languages. Master Thesis VU Information Science. July 2017. [PDF].

Reshmi Sarkar. Modeling ICT4D Business cases using the e3-value Methodology. Master Thesis VU Information Science. June 2017. [PDF]

Joost Dijkers – Improving ICT4D projects with Agile Software Development. Bachelor thesis University Utrecht Information Science. July 2017. [PDF]

Jamila Daoudi. Economic Sustainability of ICT Services for the Rural Poor in sub-Sahara Africa, Validating the e3value methodology for a low tech, low resource environment in rural Africa. Master thesis VU Information Science. May 2017 [PDF]

Gossa Lô and Romy Blankendaal DigiVet, Knowledge Engineering an Animal Health System for Farmers in Northern Ghana. January 2016 [PDF]

Aske Robenhagen and Bart Aubers Mali Milk 3.0. A voice-based milk selling and farmer networking platform for Tominian Mali. Project report, submitted to the Downscale Workshop, ICT4S Conference, August 2016 Amsterdam. [PDF].

Jari Ferguson and Kim Bosman, The Kasadaka Weather Forecast Service 2016. Project report, submitted to the Downscale Workshop, ICT4S Conference, August 2016 Amsterdam. [PDF]

Awa Gossa Lô: The power of knowledge sharing: innovative ICTs for the rural poor in the Sahel. 2015 Bachelors thesis, in the framework of the Network Institute Academy Assistants’ project “Knowledge Sharing for the Rural Poor”. Supervised by Stefan Schlobach. [PDF]

Myrthe van der Wekken: Underneath the Mango Tree, Situated Knowledge Sharing among Subsistence Farmers and the Innovative CS4D Approach. Master Thesis in the framework of the Network Institute Academy Assistants’ project “Knowledge Sharing for the Rural Poor”, 2015. Supervised by Julie Ferguson. [PDF]

Benjamin Alicic,Youssef Ennali, Alen Toric (2016) Animal Diseases in Rural Ghana – a voice-based application for diagnosing animal health problems. Student project report in ICT4D 2016 course.  [PDF]

Gossa Lô and Romy Blankendaal (2016)  DigiVet, a knowledge­based veterinary system for rural farmers in Northern ­Ghana. Student project report in ICT4D 2016 course [PDF]

Masood Nazir, Nattias Bittar, Priscilla Jainandunsing (2016) Radio questions and answers platform for agricultural issues. Student project report in ICT4D 2016 course [PDF]