Digital technologies may be publicly available and increasingly pervasive, but are they impacting inequality?
Technology has the power to widen or close the digital divide exposed by the pandemic. That’s why innovation must focus on benefiting people.
Education is a promise from governments to citizens, from communities to families, from all of us to future generations. It’s a promise we intend to help keep.
At the TECH4ALL Summit at Huawei Connect 2020, Nadia Ahmed Abdalla, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs, Kenya Government, spoke on inclusive education in Kenya.
Amazing things can happen with ICT & partnerships, including the impact that TECH4ALL projects are having on environmental conversation & inclusive education in various parts of the world. [Video]
Ensuring that all schools & clinics are connected requires a mix of technology, digital skills training, and business models that ensures ROI for operators. Here’s how that can be achieved.
Education is a basic right. But not everyone has equal access to education resources or to the digital infrastructure that’s increasingly powering the learning environment. We think it’s time that changed. [Video]
While COVID-19 has caused global disruption, it may have accelerated tech-powered change across various industries, from health, education, and agriculture to politics, the media, and gaming.
Like in much of the world, education in Kenya has been disrupted by COVID-19, with schools and universities across the nation shutting their doors. But that doesn’t mean education has to stop.
The world has been left reeling by the latest strain of coronavirus – COVID-19. Here’s how ICT is helping to minimize the impact on life & work.