A guidebook, "Supporting Women's ICT-Based Enterprises",
has recently been completed. This provides practical guidance
on how to advocate, initiate and improve IT sector micro-
enterprises for women in developing countries. It includes case
and story evidence, best practice advice sheets, and
frameworks for analysis and evaluation.
If you would like to access a soft copy of the guidebook and
other relevant reports, please use the project web site:
If you would like to be sent a hard copy of the generic English
language version of the guidebook, please email me with your
name, postal address, and details of your organisation's
involvement with women, ICTs and development.
If you work in India, Uganda or Costa Rica, please email me
for contact details of national partners who are implementing a
programme of local activities to support women's ICT-based
Development Informatics Group, IDPM, University of
Coordinator, Women's ICT-Based Enterprise for Development
The "Women's ICT-Based Enterprise for Development" project
is coordinated by the University of Manchester's Institute for
Development Policy and Management. The project is funded
by the UK Department for International Development as part
of its "Knowledge and Research" programme.