How can partnerships help in putting up homegrown ICT-related enterprises to generate jobs for the people? What digital opportunities can local government units provide its constituents, especially women, to be economically viable?  These are some of the key issues confronting knowledge managers and local government heads in their bid to effect social and economic transformation for development.

To provide a venue to discuss these concerns, the Philippine CeC Network (PhilCeCNet) with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) will hold the <em>11<sup>th</sup> Knowledge Exchange Conference (KEC11)</em>this November 17-18, 2016 at the Aberdeen Court, Quezon City.

With the theme “Partners for Change,” KEC11 will present best practices, as well as doable strategies and techniques in using new information and communication technologies to provide rural and urban communities with innovative economic and social change options.

For more information, please call contact PhilCeCnet at philcecnet2014@gmail.com”>philcecnet2014@gmail.com  or call 0918-408-1721 and 0906-348-4288, or visit www.philcecnet.org.