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Haiti Connected Schools: BATI-Led Deployment at Scale

In Haiti, schools need more than just relief, they need better access to information and communication technologies to improve student and teacher skills and learning opportunities

A Successful First BATI Forum in Haiti

On a sunny morning, BATI (Bati Anfòmatik Teknisyen yo ak Inveneo) participants reached an important milestone as they looked out over the hills of Pétion-Ville: the BATI Forum. This was the first major national meeting of the members of the program. Its goal was to give an overview of efforts of their colleagues across Haiti …

Congratulations to BATI training graduates – 11 new ICT Technicans for Haiti

Inveneo recently completed its first BATI training (Bati Anfòmatik Teknisyen yo ak Inveneo) in Mirebalais, Haiti on March 18, 2011. After a week of classroom and hands-on training modules, 11 participants graduated as certified BATI IT technicians. The Inveneo training is designed to give each BATI a head start in his technology business, and, judging from the …

Bati Anfòmatik Teknisyen yo ak Inveneo – Building Information Technicians in Haiti

Inveneo est résolu à traduire les opportunités technologique informatique (T.I) en Haïti en 2011 par le installation des réseaux sans fils sur tous Haïti, déployés par Inveneo en partenariat avec des fournisseurs de services Internet (F.S.I) et des entrepreneurs haïtiens. Le Bati Anfòmatik Teknisyen yo ak Inveneo (BATI) programme créera un modèle de connectivité qui …

Improved Internet Connectivity in Haiti Thanks to Inveneo and Partners

From 2011 to 2013, Inveneo has been widely involved in the Haiti Rural Broadband Network (HRBN), a program created to bring broadband to Haiti in many rural areas. Inveneo worked extensively throughout the project, but when funding ran out, the system Inveneo put in place has experienced setbacks, and achieving sustainability has been a challenge. …

Partnership Expands ICT Support for Ebola Fight in West Africa

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — NetHope, a consortium of 42 leading international humanitarian organizations, announced today a partnership with Facebook, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Cisco, EveryLayer and Inveneo to expand their support for effective communications capabilities to combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and promote sustainable recovery in the region. The joint Ebola Response Connectivity …

A WiFi Connection for a Leading Bishop in the Philippines

Inveneo’s Senior Field Engineer Sam Perales has travelled to more than 10 countries to work on ICT projects, but his latest project was particularly special because of the collaboration between United Methodist Communications (UMCom) and local community members. Last month Sam was in the Philippines in support of Inveneo’s typhoon relief efforts. He was asked …

Inveneo Leads Pacific Islands Workshop on Grant Proposals Development in Vanuatu

In June of this year the Information Society Innovation Fund (ISIF Asia) hosted a grant proposal writing workshop in Vanuatu, Led by Inveneo.

Local Partners

The goal of the Inveneo Partner Programs (IPP) is to provide an in-country ecosystem of technology companies that provide skilled and cost-effective installation and support services for organizations in need of life-impacting ICTs. There are over 120 partners in our Inveneo Trained Startup Entrepreneur (ITSE) and Inveneo Certified ICT Partner (ICIP) programs serving 24 countries …