Mobile phones

IB 2019/17 Can Telephone Counselling Services Help in the Pacific?

This In Brief informs readers about the status of mental health services and telephone counselling services in the Pacific region and offers suggestions for further research on this topic.

Reporting Corruption from within Papua New Guinea’s Public Financial Management System

This paper reports on an innovative approach to expand corruption reporting practices in Papua New Guinea (PNG) based on the experiences of public officials using this new reporting mechanism.

Aspects of Mobile Phone Usage for Socioeconomic Development in Papua New Guinea

This discussion paper outlines results of a survey that investigated aspects of mobile phone usage associated with healthcare, school systems and income-earning activities in PNG. The survey

Mobile Phones and the 2014 Solomon Islands national elections

Information and communication technology environments in Melanesia are changing rapidly and profoundly (Logan 2014).

Using Mobile Phones to Track Anti-Witchcraft Violence in Papua New Guinea

This In Brief outlines the role new mobile phone– based research techniques can play in addressing this information deficit.

Status Quo and Emerging Challenges in Information & Communication Technology for Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea (PNG) is witnessing an onslaught of information and communication technology (ICT) services, courtesy of Digicel — a new and dominant player

Mobile Phones and Development in Papua New Guinea: Guiding Principles

This In Brief gives an overview of lessons learnt from three research projects using mobile phones for development purposes, conducted in Papua New Guinea (P

Impact of Mobile Phone Usage in Papua New Guinea

Until the second half of 2007, information and communication technology (ICT) services in Papua New Guinea (PNG) were limited to urban centres under the mono

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