Musa Chemisto
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Unlocking the potential of information communications technology to improve water and sanitation services
MF Ndaw
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2015
112015
Developing capacity through co-design: the case of two municipalities in rural South Africa
C Jacobs, U Rivett, M Chemisto
Information Technology for Development 25 (2), 204-226, 2019
82019
Examining the adoption and usage of an e-government system in rural South Africa: Examining e-government system adoption
M Chemisto, U Rivett
2018 Conference on Information Communications Technology and Society (ICTAS …, 2018
62018
Impact of Co-Design and Design Science on Adoption of an ICT Solution in Rural South Africa
M Chemisto, U Rivett, C Jacobs
42016
Designing for Engagement: A Case Study of an ICT Solution for Citizen Complaints Management in Rural South Africa
C Jacobs, U Rivett, M Chemisto
Information Technology in Environmental Engineering, 65-74, 2016
32016
A Review of Sector Coordination and ICTs in Multi-Stakeholder Environs of Uganda’s Rural Water Sector
M Chemisto, U Rivett
Proceedings of the 9th IDIA conference, 8 - 9 November 2015, Nungwi …, 2015
22015
Understanding the Influence of ICT in Development: A Study of Uganda’s Water Sector
M CHEMISTO, U RIVETT
2020 IST-Africa Conference (IST-Africa), 1-9, 2020
2020
Rationalising Effects of Mobile Applications: A Systematic Review of Literature
M Chemisto, G Amoako
Conference on Information Communications Technology and Society (ICTAS), 2019
2019
Design and Implementation of an ICT system for Community Engagement in Drinking Water Supply Management
U Rivett, C Jacobs, M Chemisto
2018
Framing M4D in the Water Sector: Examining Effects of Mobile Technology Initiatives
M CHEMISTO, G AMOAKO
Conference on M4D Mobile Communication Technology for Development, 31, 2018
2018
An Improved 1-NN Time Series Classification Algorithm
M Chemisto, HM Rezwanul, M M
Proceedings of the Internal Conference on Computer and Information …, 2010
2010
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