InSTEDD Innovation Camp

The iLab Southeast Asia, with funding support from The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (SPIDER), is hosting an innovation camp (aka iCamp), a day-long event that helps you learn how to rapidly design and prototype ICT4D solutions into your program implementation.

Why should I attend?

  • Learn to use Design Thinking Process to create meaningful innovations
  • Experience rapid design thinking process for discovering solutions that fit the problems experienced by real users
  • You may have a chance to develop further the proposed idea and prototypes in collaboration with InSTEDD team
  • Networking and collaborative team work

Who should attend?

  • Farmer support group
  • Project officer who work directly with farmers or have a good understanding of farmer’s current issue and want to make their projects to yield better outcomes and impact
  • Farmer representatives

What can I bring?

  • Ideas, project use cases, and challenges you are facing.

What can I expect by the end of the day?

  • Rapid analysis and design of multiple ideas for solutions
  • Early design that you can take back and share with your team or even further develop it for your project implementation.
  • A chance to incubate and pilot your project idea with the support from iLab SEA
Welcome to iCamp! Please click to the Presentation
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Past iCamp events:

October 25, 2018: How might farmer support group and relevant organisation help improve farmer’s economic via technology?

February 22, 2018 : ICT help people to understand about Mental Health

November 17, 2017 : ICT for Youth Health against Preventable lifestyle disease

July 26, 2017 : ICT for Youth connect to Information Employment

April 6, 2017: ICT for Children Right

January 25, 2017: ICT for Agriculture

August 4, 2016 : ICT for Education

December 9, 2015

October 1, 2014

July 3, 2014 : Migration and anti-trafficking

Feb 28, 2014 : Innovative technologies for women