[open-development] Guidelines and Reference needed for the new start

stephen kovats r0g_media at intertwilight.net
Wed Oct 1 15:50:12 UTC 2014

Hi Nikesh, 

you could also take a look at the publications produced by the International Development Research Council (Canada): 

In particular I would recommend ...

'Open Development: Networked Innovations in International Development'

'Connecting ICTs to Development'



On 26.09.2014, at 06:27, Nikesh Balami wrote:

> Hello All,
> I am form Nepal and I have been volunteering at Open Knowledge Nepal as an active member since a long time.  Now I am trying to lead Open Development working group at Nepal. so, I need help from you guys. Please suggest me some blogs, presentation slides, books etc which I can read and understand about Open Development more deeply. 
> Thanks!!
> Regards,
> Nikesh Balami
> www.neekes.com.np 
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