Archive | November, 2008

African governments provide ICT infrastructure

African governments need to have a supportive legal environment to eliminate barriers to meaningful use of computers in African schools. Lack of infrastructure and adequate power supplies, limited Internet connectivity and education resources and the need for more awareness and policy support for education initiatives are all barriers to the meaningful use of computers in […]

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Zambia Schools Get 2000 Computers

According to news reports, Computer Aid International has donated 2000 computers to the Ministry of Education. Education Minister Professor Geoffrey Lungwangwa said the provision of quality education requires the application of information communication technology (ICT), especially computers. The growth of ICT is helping facilitate educational opportunities that will promote economic development for the region and […]

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