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In this article we provide a theoretically informed empirical analysis of the introduction and use of information and communication technology (ICT) within the primary health care (PHC) sector of Mozambique. The theoretical lens for this analysis is developed from Manuel Castells' (1996, 1997,...
There is a need to look beyond the immediate process of implementation of computerized information systems to understand the broader social context in which the information and communication technology is being implemented. Using an interpretive approach to the implementation of a computerized...
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a disease with profound effects on the global society, as it affects individual lives, communities, societies, and even nations. As governments try to gear up on the war against this pandemic, an issue of importance pertains to the use of information...
Most of donor-supported information technology (IT)–based projects developed or implemented in less-developed economies (LDEs) end up as complete or partial failures or unsustainable. Notably, a number of intra-organizational and external factors are associated with this problem, including...
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