Over 90% of the human population either own or have access to a mobile phone. That’s more than all the active social media accounts or Internet users in the world combined.
For the NGO world, strategic uses of mobile technology can open the floodgates for millions, if not billions, of people to help scale campaigns and engage the world in crisis moments.
In a special live event from Kenya, we talk with Angela Oduor Lungati of Ushahidi and David Millar of FrontlineSMS about emerging tools and trends empowering citizens and activists via mobile technology. Watch a recording of the show and check out the resources below.
Live Q&A with #MobLabLive
A snapshot from Twitter of the conversation and questions on this MobLab Live conversation:
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