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Visit from US Government Officials

On 10th March, 2014 a delegation of 20 United States of America Government army and air force officials visited NM-AIST and Nganana and Nambala primary schools on the e-readers project. It was exciting for the project to receive a high … Continue reading

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ICT4D Class of NM-AIST visit Nambala Primary School

On Friday 7th March 2014, the Information Technology Systems Development and Management (ITSDM) Masters and PhD students from the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) paid a visit to Nganana and Nambala primary schools for the evaluation … Continue reading

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NM-AIST Students from CoCSE visit Nganana

Masters and PhD students from NM-AIST, School of CoCSE, visited Nganana and Nambala primary school on 7th March 2014, exactly ten month after the launch of E-reader project in these two schools. NM-AIST students were divided in two groups, first … Continue reading

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Visit from UK DfID Education and Health Advisors

It was a bright day on 12th February, 2014 for the e-readers project hosting the first visit on the New Year from UK Department of International Development (DfID) Education advisors. The DfID lead was Ian Attfield. The visitors had the … Continue reading

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Quarterly report

The Worldreader On the Ground Newsletter is out with life changing stories. The cover page is Nganana primary school class 6 student Lydia Geofrey reading to her class. Enjoy reading this latest issue of the “On the Ground”. The class … Continue reading

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Farewell

The 01st August, 2013 was the last day for our friends students from Radboud University Nijmegen (RUN) in Netherlands. Their three weeks stay and work at Nganana and Nambala schools were very useful. The presented their report to Ecolab team … Continue reading

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Parents Involvement Day: Story from Nganana

When we attended the parents day at Nganana primary school, exactly three months after the school benefited from the e-readers project, we heard a grade four boy Emmanuel John reading aloud a story called “Kanuki na Mti wa Matamanio” in … Continue reading

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