Information and communications technology
SEADS now features tools that help address the needs of the motor impaired, blind, color blind, and visually impaired, as well as those with dyslexia, ADHD, cognitive and learning disabilities, seizure, and other epileptic issues.
Podcast host Sothea Ros speaks to Juan Magdaraog, SEADS website lead, on his journey as a person with a disability and how technology has improved his life.
Cybersecurity controls and encryption protocols can secure central bank digital currency transactions for faster, transparent movement of money across borders.
Deadline to express interest to participate is on 15 December 2023.
Digital tools and resources can help NGOs dramatically reduce workloads and increase productivity.
Accounting for about 15% of the world’s population, people with disability matter for both societal and economic development.
Digitizing visitor registration data and tracking the collection of environmental user fees in real-time using smart technologies could help the Island Garden City of Samal better manage tourism.
Using smart solutions, an ADB-backed project is helping future-proof the city to preserve its rich history and culture, while catering to the needs of residents and visitors.
Two landmark laws enacted in 2019 defined national policy to foster the growth of startups, in turn, spurring the development of the ecosystem.
Providing equal access to affordable childcare, increasing financial and digital literacy, and targeted skilling programs are key.