This paper examines the use of technologies in Moroccan and Tunisian NGOs whose principal objective is to improve the condition of women in these two North African countries
|Keywords:||Developing Countries, Non-governmental, NGO, North Africa, Women, Technology|
Jane D. Tchaicha, Chair and Associate Professor of Modern Languages at Bentley College received her doctorate in education from Harvard University where she combined her interests in language, culture and technology. From 1993-2004, Dr Tchaicha directed the Center for Languages and International Collaboration (CLIC) during which time she developed a series of instructional multimedia for language learning. She was recipient of two grants in 2004 from the Patrina Foundation and the Marion and Jasper Whiting Grant to pursue her interest in women and technology in the developing world. In addition, she received the 2003 Bentley Award for Excellence in Teaching, and was honored as Davis Foundation Scholar in 2000-01.
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