I am currently developing several websites for projects and organisations in Namibia. WordPress is the tool used for these sites. The benefit of WordPress is that the users and the owners of a site can interact directly with the site, adding content and commenting on the content, which makes it a living, dynamic platform for information exchange. I also have experience of using DreamWeaver for design of both static and dynamic web sites. The DLIB knowledge management system, which development was coordinated by me, is an advanced information management system adapted to the information and knowledge requirements of the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia. The system was originally developed by EnviroCom, a Swedish ITC company, for the Swapo Party’s Archive and Research Centre (SPARC). PKRC has assisted EnviroCom in the setup of the system at DRFN, and is currently doing the local administration and maintenance of the system.
PKRC has just finalised the development of a web site for the CBEND project (Combating Bush Encroachment for Namibia’s Development) . Please have a look at the information about this interesting project that is implemented by the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia.
Other sites that I have developed are the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia‘s website that is being launched early February 2011, and a project web site for the ERB-SADC project, implemented by the DRFN.