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OA News: August 14, 2010

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  1. Rural areas in Ghana are receiving more communication centers and towers:
    Ghana at threshold of ICT revolution {Ghana News Agency}
  2. The effort is expected to bring to an end monopoly policies in the telecom sector that are blamed for the poor and expensive communication services in the region:
    Ministers OK fast-track coordination of African ICT policies {Computerworld}
  3. The rationale behind a .eac domain for East Africa:
    ICT Experts Root for Regional Code {The New Times via allAfrica}
  4. Hewlett Packard provided a grant for a partnership with secondary schools in marginal areas of Kenya that will develop and support the delivery of Computer Studies offered as part of the official Kenya Certificate of Secondary School Examination (KCSE) curriculum:
    Use of ICT in Enhancing Teaching and Curriculum Delivery in Marginalised Secondary Schools in Kenya {Afripals}
  5. An interview about ICT and its social effects on women between and activists from Congo-Brazzaville and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), respectively:
    DRC: Two sides of the same ICT coin {Pambazuka News}

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