For 2014, 12 organizations, including 3 from the Pacific Islands, received funding for projects to be implemented during 2014 for up to 30,000 AUD. The projects were selected because of the quality of the applications they submitted as well as the relevant development issues they address. Particularly interesting this year was the collaboration among different organizations partnering to support project proposals as well as the higher number of projects that attempt to replicate successful initiatives to further build capacity, knowledge and experience across the region.

During the 2013 call for applications, ISIF Asia received a total of 139 submissions from applicants in 24 different economies across the Asia Pacific Region. The submissions were received from Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Kiribati, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Niue, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Vietnam.

    1. Pacific Islands Chapter of the Internet Society - PICISOC in collaboration with University of Auckland (Pacific Islands)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Improving Internet Connectivity in Pacific Island countries with network coded TCP.
    2. Punjabi University, Patiala (India)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Enhancing Communication and Co-operation across South Asia: An ICT Solution to Script Barriers
    3. Cook Islands Internet Action Group (Cook Islands)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Cook Islands Maori Database.
    4. CoralWatch, The University of Queensland (Australia/Indonesia)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Using technology to improve citizen science monitoring of coral reefs in Indonesia.
    5. Internet Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology, in collaboration with the Mirror Foundation and the THNIC Foundation (Thailand)
      COMPLETED, reports to be published Jan 2015. Summary | Technical report: Chiang-Rai MeshTV: An Educational Video-on-Demand (E-VoD) System for a Rural Hill-Tribe Village via a Community Wireless Mesh Network (CWMN)
    6. Institute of Social Informatics and Technological Innovations - ISITI-CoERI. (Malaysia)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Digitalising and preserving Oro, a secret signage language of the nomadic Penans in the rainforest
    7. iSolutions (Micronesia)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Technical report: Chuuk State Solar Server Education Hub 
    8. Nazdeek, in collaboration with PAJHRA and ICAAD (India)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Using Mobile Application and Mapping Platform to Increase Accountability in Delivery of Maternal Health Services for Tea Garden Workers in Assam | No time to loose
    9. eHomemakers in collaboration with Homenet (Malaysia/Indonesia)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Extending ECHO to Indonesia
    10. University of Engineering and Technology in collaboration with Vietnam National University - Hanoi, Vietnam
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Monitoring and early warning of landslides in Vietnam
    11. Operation ASHA (Cambodia)
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Link TB with Technology (LTT)
    12. Bidirectional Access Promotion Society (India) 
      COMPLETED. Summary | Final technical report: Smart Phones for the Deaf Blind