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The annual ICT4D Conferences have proven to be an invaluable opportunity for NGOs, private sector organizations, universities, governmental agencies and foundations to share their experience in using ICT to increase the impact of development programs and to learn from each other.  In 2016, 715 individuals from 76 countries and 301 private sector and public sector and civil society explored the ways to harness the full power of digital solutions to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.  Our thanks to Accenture, Catholic Relief Services, Esri, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, iMerit Technology Services, Inmarsat, IS Solutions, Making All Voices Count, Mercy Corps, Microsoft, NetHope, Oxfam, Pandexio, Qualcom Wireless Reach, RTI International, SimbaNet and World Vision for making that possible.

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Marleen Hartkoorn

CAFOD
Programme Systems Development Officer
Marleen Hartkoorn is the programme systems development officer at CAFOD and acts as a bridge between CAFOD’s International Programme and the IT Department to ensure that systems are aligned with evolving business needs and priorities. Her primary focus is around realising the full potential of CAFOD’s programme management information system to support effective ways of working. She also coordinates the work around ICT4D and is passionate about how technology can be leveraged to enable teams and Partners achieve their goals, maximise organisational learning and programme quality. She’s entered the systems world from a background in international development and has a degree in African Studies & Anthropology and a Masters in Social Development.
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Tuesday, May 17
 

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Thursday, May 19
 

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