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Worldfocus.org's OLPC Rwanda Video

Worldfocus.org has produced a video report that describes OLPC Rwanda’s plans to provide computer access to the country’s 2.3 million schoolchildren:
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The One Laptop Per Child program (OLPC) launched in Rwanda in October with the aim of providing computer access to the country’s 2.3 million schoolchildren. President Paul Kagame has supported the program and efforts to expand schooling and educational resources in the country. Worldfocus correspondent Martin Seemungal travels to Rwamagana, Rwanda — once a site of the country’s 1994 genocide, now the site of technological transformation. Below, read what bloggers are saying about the laptop initiative from Rwanda to Peru.
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lote (kie student) (not verified) says: Hopefully this project is among the best ones that wwill help Rwanda acheive her vision 2020.Its great seeing how children learn fast and are able to create projects tendind to development of individuals as well as their communities.
Thanks to the president of Rwanda and OLPC.We hope for a bright future of Rwandans. February 9, 2010 at 6 pm