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Télécoms Sans Frontières

Télécoms Sans Frontières or TSF (English: Telecoms Without Borders) is a telecommunications in emergency situations.[1]

The emergency telecommunication means provided benefit to the victims of [2]


TSF was founded in 1998 and is based at Pau in France. It has three operational bases: Pau (France), Managua (Nicaragua) and Bangkok. TSF is presided by Jean-François Cazenave. In 2011, The Space Foundation presented TSF with its Space Achievement Award.[3]

See also


  1. ^ L'express international - Issues 2844-2860 2006- Page 79 "Un bond technologique dont a également su tirer parti Jean-François Cazenave, président de Télécoms sans frontières, une organisation non gouvernementale (ONG) qui, pour équiper un village reculé, a préféré former une vingtaine de ...
  2. ^ Le Point - Issues 1686-1698 - Page 46 2005 "Dépêché dans le sud-est du Sri Lanka quatre jours après le sinistre, Benoît Chavrier, 23 ans, bénévole de Télécoms sans frontières, est pourtant sûr d'avoir rejoint l'un des villages côtiers les plus touchés du pays."
  3. ^ Space Foundation, and Space News unite to raise funds for France schools

External links

  • Official website
  • BBC News: Building digital life lines
  • IT teams fly in to help Pakistan flood victims –
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