Overview of digital schools

Started in 2014, this program makes digital educational content freely available to 40,000 primary and secondary level pupils in 8 African countries. This infographic explains everything you need to know!

This educational content equips schools without access to books or the Internet. 8 African countries, 300 schools, 40 000 pupils. 1 educational mediator
in each country. 1 Orange volunteer per school.

The content

The Raspberry Pi servers make 128 Gb of information available, via: Khan academy (KA lite), Gutenberg, Wikipedia, Wiktionnaire and the school curricula provided by each country’s department of education.

One kit per school

50 tablets, 2 Raspberry Pi servers, 1 video projector


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