ABN – The Orange Foundation’s digital education project has been launched in Africa by Senegal-based company Sonatel.
During the pilot phase Senegal, Cameroun, Niger and Madagascar will have access to the project.
Schools chosen for the programme will be able to access online educational content through Wi-Fi.
The educational content includes Wikipedia, Khan Academy math and science courses and digital books.
The project is expected to benefit around 72,000 pupils in 30 different schools across Africa.
Each school will receive a kit from the project that includes 50 tablets, two servers, a digital whiteboard and a video projector.