Router en route to Zambia
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Thanks to a customer donation, a D-Link router is en route to a school in Mutende, Northern Zambia where it will be used in conjunction with a Raspberry Pi to deliver off-line learning resources.
The resources comprise RACHEL and Khan Academy. RACHEL stands for Rural Area Community Hotspot for Education and Learning and the software is freely available from http://worldpossible.org/
Someone’s discarded IT equipment has been put to a great new use and will enable a large number of pupils to access world-class learning materials.