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World Bank Innovation Fair: Moving Beyond Conflict

From: Kris Dev <krisdev@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 07:21:41 +0530
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To: "Daniel Dietrich, Opendata Network e.V., Erich-Weinert-Str. 17, D - 10439 Berlin, Vereinsregisternummer: 95 VR 292 08 B, Steuernummer: 27/674/52290" <info@opendata-network.org>, Daniel Dietrich <daniel@so36.net>
Cc: IG eGovIG <public-egov-ig@w3.org>
Hi Daniel,

I saw your mail on your research study on Open Data Network. I thought, I
shall bring the following to your notice.

The World Bank Innovation Fair: Moving Beyond Conflict was held in Cape
Town, South Africa between April 13-15, 2010.

"e-Administration Open Source Tool for e-Governance" of Life Line to
Business, Chennai, India was selected as one of the top ranked proposals and
a big idea that can make the difference to 'Improve Service Delivery and
Governance through the Use of Communications Tools' under the theme -
'Improving governance and accountability through communication technologies'
out of many innovative projects submitted from around the globe.

More details of the Projects, Objectives, Innovations, Demonstrated
Development Impacts and Scalability can be seen at:



Thirty Innovators from conflict zones and rest of the world such as Kenya,
Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Palestine, Pakistan, India, etc. and
specialists from around the globe shared their views on fragility and what
needs to be done to create a better world for all round peace.


Kris Dev,
President & CEO,
Life Line to Business / Life Line to Citizen,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
email: krisdev@gmail.com
URL: http://ll2b.blogspot.com
Ph: + 91 98 408 52132
Twitter: @krisdev

Winner of Innovations Award 2009 for IT Innovation and
Manthan Award 2006 for e-Inclusion & Livelihood Creation.
Selected for World Bank Innovation Fair 2010.

Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and
well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing
and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in
the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other
lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.  Article 25 of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

"A quick evaluation of the progress we have achieved in the last 20 years
shows that in the area of poverty alleviation, we have not done enough.
 History will judge us harshly, unless we seize the opportunity to do more."
- Archbishop Njongo Ndungane, President and Founder, African Monitor.
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