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Categories : Africa, Citizen Journalism, Education, ICT, Technology, Uganda
Camera Phone – Keeping Distant Families
in Touch! (Uganda)
In this photo, my mother (red dress) is showing
relatives we were visiting in their distant village
a video of my nieces and nephew on her mobile
phone; she had recorded it in our home town a few
days earlier. It served as visual documentation for
her explanation of how the children have grown and
how they look now. Video is a very powerful tool in
Uganda, along with mobile phones, which have become
a vital device. However, not everyone can afford even a
basic mobile phone, let alone a sophisticated one.
Photographer: Ssozi Javie
Follow link to see TOP 10 winners and details about the competition:
How ICTs Are Changing the Way We Live –
The eLearning Africa 2010 Photo Competition
Communicating with friends from all over the world, putting business ideas into practice via the Internet, learning any time and any place – Information and Communication Technologies (ICTS) have permanently changed lives all over the planet.
What does this mean for the African continent? The aim of the photo competition was to learn more about how mobile phones, the Internet, computers and the audiovisual media have changed lives in Africa.
More than 100 images were submitted to the competition.