The Japanese government will contribute $1 million to support the Development Gateway Foundation’s efforts to provide information and communications solutions for more effective aid and efficient governance in developing countries. Mark Fleeton, CEO of the Development Gateway Foundation, said, “Japan has been a major supporter of the Foundation. This renewed funding will help us have a greater impact through the use of common systems in developing countries and by sharing knowledge among development practitioners.”
Staff from the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development show visitors from Ghana how to use the aid management platform.
The Development Gateway Foundation announced today the appointment of Travis Harvey as the new program coordinator for the Asia-Pacific region.
The Development Gateway Foundation announces today a new partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to establish online communities dedicated to disaster prevention and reconstruction.
The Development Gateway Foundation, as part of its mission to reduce poverty and enable change in developing nations, has been quietly moving mountains through information technology for seven years. Below is a brief rundown of its recent global initiatives. For more information, visit www.developmentgateway.org, or call Elizabeth Corley at 202-572-9236 to arrange for interviews. Vietnam Launches Local dgMarket
The Development Gateway Foundation’s e-procurement information system, dgMarket, was launched at an event held in Hanoi yesterday attended by representatives of the Vietnamese government and the business and donor communities. This dgMarket implementation was primarily funded by the government of Australia and supported by the government of Luxembourg.
'The Development Gateway Foundation announced today an agreement to collaborate with the French Development Agency (AFD) to publish its tenders online. The aid agency chose dgMarket, the foundation’s platform for online tenders, to publish tenders for all projects funded by AFD. It will include notices from 60 countries in three languages: French, Spanish, and English. In 2005, the French agency committed approximately $3.4 billion, primarily to countries in Africa and Asia.'
The Development Gateway Foundation announced today the opening of its European affiliate, Development Gateway International, based in Brussels. This new organization extends our reach, according to Mark Fleeton, CEO of the foundation as well as Development Gateway International. Its staff will work primarily with European donors on ways to support the international aid effectiveness agenda.
Mindset Network's satellite-based technology delivers multimedia educational content straight to students.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Development Gateway Foundation announced today the launch of a virtual community in Arabic on the theme of Arab reform. The new portal will serve as a platform for aggregating information about reform activities in the Arab world. Creating a virtual community, the site will facilitate the sharing of knowledge among development practitioners. It will also aid in capacity building and improving access to high quality development research and analysis in Arabic throughout the developing world.
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