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A year-long study at four Ericsson Connect To Learn schools in rural Kenya and Uganda confirms many known challenges faced by remote schools.
Part two of this week’s African tech news round-up consists of 30 stories about how technology is changing Africa.
The World Summit Award is a global initiative within the UN Framework. It awards outstanding local e-content and promotes it at a global level. 14 African nations are represented in 2013.
Dalberg Global Development Advisors, with support from Google, surveyed more than 1,300 businesses in Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria as part of the April 2013 “Impact of the Internet in Africa” report.
As of 2013, there is little evidence supporting the notion that computer science courses, let alone computer training is common in Nigerian schools.
Two stories from the past couple of days paint very different pictures about the intentions of MTN Swaziland. One is of a company dedicated to improving primary education. The other is of a company involving itself in a nation’s controversial politics.