Smart Classrooms Initiative

Include ICT in the Rwandan education thanks to an Internet connection in classes

Project description

In 2014, the Rwandan Ministry of Education signed an agreement on partnership with Microsoft. The agreement refers to the use of new digital technologies and the acquisition of new competences in the new technologies domain to transform the national educational field. The Rwandan government's "Smart Classrooms Initiative" programm, aiming at furnishing more than a thousand classes with an Internet connection, is one of the components of this agreement. This project is part of the national evolution strategy towards an economy in which ICTs are further highlighted.


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Project summary

  • Organization State of Rwanda, Microsoft
  • Location Rwanda
  • Creation date 09/05/2019
  • Project category E-education
    • e-education

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