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Advisors

Ken Banks FrontlineSMS and kiwanja.net Ken Banks, founder of kiwanja.net, devotes himself to the application of mobile technology for positive social and environmental change in the developing world, and has spent the last two decades working on projects in Africa. His early research resulted in the development of FrontlineSMS, an award-winning text messaging field communication …

Haiti Connected Cities

Inveneo is committed to bringing real economic and education opportunities to Haiti in 2011-2012 through the Haiti Connect Cities program (also known as the Haiti Rural Broadband Initiative) and its related efforts. Launched in January 2011. Haiti Connected Cities is a collaborative program involving Haitian Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Haitian IT entrepreneurs and the many …

Broadband for Good

The Internet is emerging as one of the most important and powerful tools for social change globally and across social strata. As a recent United Nations special report notes, Internet access has become “an indispensable tool for realizing a range of human rights, combating inequality, and accelerating development and human progress.” Citing the critical role …

Solutions Overview

Solutions Overview Inveneo and our expanding network of local ICT partners have deep technical know-how on end-to-end solutions for challenging environments (hardware, software, connectivity, power) and we are experts in delivering ICT solutions in rural and challenging under-served environments across the developing world. We have strategic planning and execution expertise to overcome the implementation challenges …

Team

Inveneo is on a mission to bring the tools of information and communications technology to those who need it most. We’re fortunate to have a dedicated team of professionals who bring skills, experience, and perspectives from across the technology spectrum and from around the world. If you’d like to join us, see if we’re hiring. …

Mentoring Small ICT Businesses for Big Impact

Inveneo launched the Bati Anfòmatik Teknisyen yo ak Inveneo (BATI) Program to train and certify rural Haitian IT entrepreneurs to deploy and support a high speed, broadband wireless network in rural population centers across Haiti. BATI participants are rural youth who have experience in information technology and an interest in becoming entrepreneurs. Through the BATI …

20% of the Haitian Population Now Has Broadband Access via the Haiti Connected Cities Program

Inveneo is committed to bringing real economic and education opportunities to Haiti in 2011-2012 through the Haiti Rural Broadband Initiative, also known as the Haiti Connect Cities program, and its related efforts, launched in January 2011. HRBI is a collaborative program involving Haitian Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Haitian IT entrepreneurs and the many organizations – …

Over 2 Million People Impacted Globally

We’ve been tracking Inveneo’s social impact – our progress in our mission – since 2006. We count the number of communities in which we have ICT interventions, the people we impact in those communities, and entrepreneurial partners we empower to expand our mission sustainably. We are proud to announce that through 2011, Inveneo and our …

A Haitian ICT Success Story: Emmanuella Stimphat

You may already know Emmanuella Stimphat, who joined our team in Haiti in April. Emmanuella jumped right into the work and in no time at all became the master of our Haiti inventory. She is supporting the rural network roll-out, working with the BATIs and helping with the installation of computer labs in schools. Now …