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Featured: Ken Banks on Africa

Ken Banks devotes himself to the application of mobile technology for positive social and environmental change in the developing world, and has spent the last 15 years working on projects in Africa. Recently, his research resulted in the development of FrontlineSMS, a field communication system designed to empower grassroots non-profit organisations.

He is a close observer of a process he calls the “grassroots mobile revolution” and in this picture story in Vodafone Receiver Magazine, based on his African travels, lets us share some of his insights into how going mobile is transforming not only African societies, but also how it impacts mobile use in places a little closer to home.

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About Margaret Gold

Margaret is an innovation and business launch specialist in the mobile industry, one of the organisers of Over the Air (the annual mobile developer hack-a-thon event), and the founder of The Mobile Collective.

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