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Christopher Baker-Brian, BBOX on how start-up BBOXX is providing off-grid solutions to Africa

Christopher Baker-Brian, CTO, BBOXX talks about: the idea for the company; how its off-grid service is supplied; the number of people using the service; controlling its off-grid boxes using mobile connections and its future expansion plans. ... read more
July 6, 2017

Eric Kabera on his new documentary Intore about Rwanda 20 years after the Genocide

Rwandan film-maker Eric Kabera talks about: how he started making films; making some of the first documentaries and feature films about the Genocide; his last film Africa United; his latest documentary Intore about Rwanda 20 years after the Genocide; and when Rwandans will start making films about other subjects than the Genocide. ... read more
July 6, 2015

Isabel Kearney, Mediae on its new Know Zone series for Rwandan primary school children

Isabel Kearney, Mediae talks about: its new Know Zone series in Rwanda; who it is aimed at and what subjects it is focused on; the format of the programmes; and the impact of the Know Zone in audience terms in Kenya. ... read more
October 9, 2013

Isabel Kearney, Mediae on its new Know Zone series for Rwandan primary school children

Isabel Kearney, Mediae talks about: its new Know Zone series in Rwanda; who it is aimed at and what subjects it is focused on; the format of the programmes; and the impact of the Know Zone in audience terms in Kenya. ... read more
October 9, 2013

Rwandan Jessie Gakwandi on her Android going out app Get it! and doing outsourced work from Japan

Jessie Gakwandi, Sail talks about: her Android app that helps you find things to do in Kigali and the communities she hopes to build; her student enrollment management system; and working on the server side and web application of an iPad app for a Japanese company. ... read more
October 9, 2013

David Rurangirwa on teacher training with Rwanda Education Commons and putting model lessons on TV

Speaking in a personal capacity, David Rurangirwa talks about: what Rwanda Education Commons set out to achieve; the barriers of connectivity; hybrid distribution using TV to show tea ... read more
September 28, 2013

Jacques Murinda on the successful use of Teachermate and OLPC in Rwandan schools

Jacques Murinda, Open Learning Exchange talks about: a project using Teachermate for Lower Primary School children in Rwanda teaching reading; the results of the pre and post testing; what Teachermate is; the level of improvement amongst pupils using it; the use of One Laptop Per Child; the experience with children using it; and the type of learning they do. ... read more
September 14, 2013
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