Off-grid kiosk brings education and internet to Nigeria

Education is one of the main prerequisites for building a strong state. It is no secret that in some African countries the level of awareness and education is quite difficult, and even worse with the level of medicine. Therefore, this educational reform of Hello Hub - olar-powered kiosk is supported by the service which provides students of Nigeria a unique database of medical articles.

In many parts of Africa, a lack of adequate infrastructure means that it's simply not practical to build a school and employ a teacher to give kids an education – but there are alternatives. The Hello Hub is a solar-powered kiosk that features two touchscreen computers loaded with educational software and an internet connection to help kids and adults learn and get online. The first Hello Hub kiosk was recently installed in Nigeria, and there are more planned for next year. .. Continue Reading Off-grid kiosk brings education and internet to Nigeria

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