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E-learning Taking Off in Cameroon Villages

Children in rural Cameroon generally receive a poor education, if any education at all. But the government is betting that learning by computer can help fill the gap.   Nine-year-old Charles Ngam Eboua lives in Bare, a small village in southwestern Cameroon. He speaks French and English despite never having attended school. When Charles was 2 years-old, his father returned home from Yaounde, where he had been educated. He introduced his son to the computer. "I started talking...

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