Digital Program Transforms Learning in Rural Malawi

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The Malawi government has partnered with the U.N. children's agency UNICEF, and a mobile service provider, Airtel Malawi, to help students in rural Malawi learn how to use the latest digital technology. Through the Connect-a-School project, public schools are equipped with high-definition smart TVs, tablets, and free internet connectivity to promote digital learning among students. However, some schools say a shortage of some gadgets presents a challenge. Lameck Masina reports from Dedza District in central Malawi.