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Tanzania Schools Receive Computers

12 March, 2013
MARCH 12, 2013

Kagera — Ericsson, one of the world leading providers of communications technology and services has offered computers worth $20m to KADEA Secondary School in Kagera region.

This is in a bid to enable students get some vital information needed in their studies. The school is situated in the northwestern corner of Tanzania, about 1,600km from Dar es Salaam.

It will mean that besides being able to access vital information for their studies, the students will also be given expertise on ICT.

This is part of their annual program of assisting the communities in development efforts, with emphasis on marginalized rural areas.

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