Conference Program

20 October 2016
16:00-17:00

Pre-registration

Eduardo Mondlane University (Complexo Pedagogico I)
(An option for early registration for delegates)

Poster Presentations set up

Busses leave hotels for conference venue at 07:15

07:30-08:00

Registration

Eduardo Mondlane University (Complexo Pedagogico I)

08:00-09:00

Welcome

  1. Cultural moment
  2. MC announces the conference program
  3. National anthem
  4. Brief words from local conference organizers
  5. Welcome speech from the Karlstad University, HumanIT head of department Dr. Caroline Wamala Larsson
  6. Welcome speech from the Eduardo Mondlane University Rector
  7. Opening speech from the Ministry of Science & Technology, High and Technical Vocational Education
  8. Group Photo at the main entrance
Room
CPI-1501

09:00-09:45

Keynote
Mobile − A key driver of innovation and development

Joao Gaspar (JG Consulting Unipessoal)

(Moderator: Dr Orlando Zacarias)
Room
CPI-1501

10:00-10:30

Tea/Coffee Break.

10:30-11:30

Each presentation is followed by a 5 minutes discussion

1. Parallel Session on mLivelihood

  • A model for harnessing the power of the Mobile Phone Technology to improve Smallholder Agriculture in Zimbabwe
    – Samuel Musungwini.

  • Information Needs of Startup Women Entrepreneurs in Uganda
    – Mary Komunte and Rehema Baguma.

  • Are mAgricultre applications living up to expectations? A critical review of empirical evidence and methodologies
    – Heike Bauműller.


(Moderator: Ms. Polly Gaster)
Room
CPI-103

2. Parallel Session on mEmpowerment and mParticipation

  • Skills Gaps and Training Needs for Information and Communications Technology in Small and Medium Sized Firms in Kenya
    – Christopher Momanyi.

  • Are Mobile Phones a viable anti-corruption tool? – a literature review of ten years of mobiles as an anti-corruption tool in East Africa
    – Cecilia Strand.

  • Mobile phone voting acceptance patterns in Uganda
    – Emmanuel Eilu.

  • Integrating SMS to an open source electronic platform to improve retention for HIV/ART patients’ management in Northern Nigeria
    – Benjamin Akinmoyeje.


(Moderator: Dr. Wairagala Wakabi)
Room
CPI-106

11:30-12:30

Each presentation is followed by a 5 minutes discussion

3. Parallel Session on mLearning

  • Use of tablet PCs to make mobile online education a reality: The case of ISCED’s online programs in Mozambique
    – Wisdom Machacha.

  • Mobile Learning Management Issues in Higher Education: A Retrospective and Prospective Review
    – B-Abee Toperesu and Jean-Paul Vanbelle.

  • Creative Learning through Wearable Technology – The Bangladesh Story
    – Tanim Laila.


(Moderator: Tatenda Chatikobo)
Room
CPI-103

4. Parallel Session on mHealth

  • Adoption of Telemedicine for Healthcare in Remote settings: A context based test of the Technology Acceptance Model
    – Gilbert Maiga.

  • Towards a Privacy Impact Assessment Template for Mobile Health Data Collection Systems
    – Leonardo Iwaya, Leonardo Martucci and Simone Fischer-Hübner.

  • Use of information and communication technology to disseminate human milk educational resources to lactating mothers - Case study Cape Town
    – Christine Mburu.


(Moderator: Ms. Solange Mukamurenzi)
Room
CPI-106

12:30-14:00

Lunch.

Atrio do novo Auditorio

14:00-15:30

Panel: Multi-stakeholder Policy Making for affordable Mobile Broadband in Africa

  • Clara Pinkrah-Sam, A4AI Ghana
  • Salvador Adriano, Internet Solutions Mozambique
  • Alsacia Atanasio, Ministry of Science & Technology, Mozambique
  • Sergio Luis Cossa, SIITRI, Mozambique


(Moderator: Onica Makwakwa, Africa Regional Coordinator for the Alliance for Affordable Internet [A4AI])
Room
CPI-1501

15:30-16:15

Demos and Poster Session

Room
CPI-1501

15:30-16:15

Tea/Coffee Break. (Demos and Poster session continues)

16:15-17:15

Each presentation is followed by a 5 minutes discussion

5. Parallel Sessions on mLearning

  • Application of Mobile Devices in Education Management: The case of School Choice
    – Eben M. Matavele and Orlando P. Zacarias.

  • Engineering Education Online: Our Approach, Challenges & Opportunities (A Case Study of KNUST)
    – Robert Okine, Yaanieta Okine and Andrew Agbemenu.

  • Educational Health Information Platform (PENSA)
    – Valter Cumbi.


(Moderator: Edgar Napoleon Asiimwe)
Room
CPI-103

6. Parallel Session on Opportunities and Business models

  • Complementing backyard-bedroom recording studios with a mobile app
    – Bhavana Harrilal, Edwin Blake and Alette Schoon.

  • Shrinking towards the people: tailoring electronic dommincation media solutions to community needs
    – Jude Mukundane and Christopher Csikszentmihalyi./p>

  • From community multimedia centers to multipurpose centers
    – Salomao David, Lorenzo Cantoni.


(Moderator: Dr. Cecilia Strand)
Room
CPI-106

17:15-18:15

Panel: Mobile Technologies in Mozambique: Opportunities and Challenges (Round Table 1)

  • National Research Institute (INI-MCTESTP)

  • Presentation by Vodacom: The case of M-Pesa
    – Mr Gulamo Nabi

  • Business mobile application (NovaBase and National Institute of Statistics-INE)

  • Presentation by Vodacom: Enterprise Innovation
    – Peter Breteinbech


(Moderator: Dr Lourino Chemane)
Room
CPI-1501

18:30-21:00

Dinner Banquet (Natural Historical Museum)

Mozambique Dance and Songs
(Vote of thanks from the Vice-Rector Dr Ana Monjane)

21:30-

Buses leave Dinner Venue for respective hotels

09:00-10:00

Each presentation is followed by a 5 minutes discussion

Single Session: Mobile Analysis

  • A Review of Research on Mobile Phones and Development Published in Three Top ICTD Journals (ITID, EJISDC and ITD) 2011-2015
    – Jean-Paul Van Belle and Selina Mudavanhu.

  • An ANT assessment of the adoption “Dumsor rechargeable phone” in Ghana
    – Kweku Koranteng, Matilda Brace and Theophilus Opong.

  • The Impact of Tech Innovation Hubs on ICT4D
    – Robert K. Okine, Catherine Rose Barretto.


(Moderator: Dr. Heike Baumüller)
Room
CPI-1501

10:00-10:30

Tea/Coffee Break.

10:30-11:30

Each presentation is followed by a 5 minutes discussion

Single Session: mOpportunities in Mozambique

  • Tv-White Spaces for Education: The Boane Case
    – Salomao Cumbula, Ivan Ruby and Marco Zennaro.

  • Multiple Social Functionalities of Mobile Phones in Mozambican Communities
    – Celestino Joanguete.

  • Computer Application for the Management of Technical and Vocational Education Institutions in Mozambique - “Govensino"
    – João Filipe and Lourino Alberto.


(Moderator: Mr. Valter Cumbi)
Room
CPI-1501

11:30-12:30

Keynote
Mobile technologies and the transformation of the financial sector in Mozambique

Dr Gertrudes Macueve

(Moderator. Caroline Wamala Larsson )
Room
CPI-1501

12:30-14:00

Lunch.

Atrio do novo Auditorio

14:00-15:00

Panel: - Mobile Technologies in Mozambique: Opportunities and Challenges (Round Table 2)

  • Ministry of Health Case Study (mHealth)
    – Dr. Nedio Jonas Mabunda

  • Mobile ID for Development and Democracy
    (Eng. Jose Grachane)


(Moderator: Dr. Jean-Paul Van Belle)
Room
CPI-1501

15:00-16:00

The future of M4D Roundtable Discussion

(Moderator: Prof. John Sören Pettersson)

  • Dr Orlando Zacarias
  • Dr Caroline. W. Larsson
  • Dr Jean Paul Van Belle
  • Dr Lourino Chemane
  • Dr Wairagala Wakabi
Room
CPI-1501

16:00-17:00

Summary and Closing ceremony

Speech by Eduardo Mondlane University Rector
Room
CPI-1501

17:00-

Tea/Coffee Break.

Download: M4D2016 Conference Program