Avanti launches 'Connected Education' service in Africa

Tuesday 11 November 2014 | 12:08 CET | News
Avanti Communications has launched the new Avanti Connected Education service to deliver internet-enabled learning to thousands of children in Africa for less than 10p per child, per day. The service combines technology with teaching skills to address the problem of poor educational outcomes. Avanti has deployed a number of education services in Africa, most recently with Project iMlango in Kenya. Avanti leads a consortium in partnership with the UK Department for International Development to reach 100,000 children, a quarter of whom are marginalised girls. At the heart of Project iMlango

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Avanti Communications
Countries: Africa
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