Women's ICT-Based Enterprise for Development
Women's Video Stories Page


 

This page provides links to streaming video case stories of ten women working in various types of women's ICT-based enterprises that can be used for advocacy and training work. The videos are provided with English sub-titles.

 

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Case Stories

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Two women running Dhan Foundation Village Information Centres in southern India first cases

R. Radhika (c.8 mins)

R. Jayanthi (c.8 mins)

mms://193.60.156.105/wmv/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan_01.wmv

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan01_hi.rm

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan01_lo.rm

Two women running Dhan Foundation Village Information Centres in southern India second cases

 

 

Deepa (c.5 mins)

Amsu (c.5 mins)

mms://193.60.156.105/wmv/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan_02.wmv

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan02_hi.rm

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/dhan02_lo.rm

Three women involved with eSeva centres providing e-government services and computer training in southern India two are centre owners; one collects payments from villages using a PDA

 

P. Nagashiromani (c.5 mins)

J. Sathyarathnam (c.4 mins)

B. Lakshmi (c.4 mins)

mms://193.60.156.105/wmv/humanities/sed/idpm/eseva.wmv

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/eseva_hi.rm

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/eseva_lo.rm

Three women who set up ICT-based cooperative enterprises undertaking social outsourcing in southern India. The cooperatives work, respectively, on hardware assembly, data entry, and IT training.

S. Manju (c.6 mins)

A.K. Ashakumari (c.6 mins)

S. Bindu (c.5 mins)

mms://193.60.156.105/wmv/humanities/sed/idpm/kudumbashree.wmv

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/kudumbashree_hi.rm

rtsp://streaming1.its.manchester.ac.uk/rm/humanities/sed/idpm/kudumbashree_lo.rm

 

The material is provided in three different formats: High-bandwidth Real Player; Low-bandwidth Real Player; Multi-bitrate Windows Media Player. Real Player can be downloaded from: http://www.real.com/player

 


The "Women's ICT-Based Enterprise for Development" project is coordinated by the University of Manchester's Institute for Development Policy and Management. The project is funded by the UK Department for International Development's Knowledge and Research programme.

 

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 http://www.womenictenterprise.org/videostories.htm June 2007