Long Distance Wi-Fi for Tele-Medicine in Rural areas
March 17, 2015

Author: Sara Muneeb

Health is one major problem in developing country like Pakistan when there is only one doctor per 1000 people. Poor health in Pakistan like lack of ho ...

Hello, can we talk about birth control?
September 17, 2014

Author: Hafsa Maan

One of the gravest issues plaguing most of the developing countries is over population and the inability to curb it effectively. While it is the most ...

Solving the Remote Healthcare Problem Using VANET
July 1, 2014

Author: Sameea Ashraf

Pakistan has the 6th largest population in the world, with 188 million people. Unfortunately, a huge amount of those 188 million live in rural areas w ...

Front-End Development Frameworks
June 20, 2014

Author: Zain Mehmood

As the Web matures and the range of mobile devices we use to access it rapidly grows, our jobs as web designers and developers get considerably more c ...

Motorcycle Use in Pakistan – A Design Challenge
June 16, 2014

Author: Talha Hassan

Motorcycles are possibly the most commonly used form of transportation in Pakistan, especially in urban areas. If we look at a basic 70 cc motorcycle, ...

The Time is Now for Mother-Child Healthcare
June 11, 2014

Author: Samia Razzaq

Development is the act of providing a better life for the world by means of services, opportunities, and information. This can be achieved through myr ...

Cell Phone for the Developing World
May 5, 2014


The Innovations for Poverty Alleviation Lab (IPAL) at ITU focuses on using technology to come up with innovative solutions which are relevant to the d ...

Water Atm dispensing machine for the developing world
May 5, 2014

Author: Hafsa Maan

Clean drinking water is a luxury in Pakistan; even if access to clean water exists, there is no guarantee that its supply will be adequate or that it ...