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PROJECT 1

The internet is loaded of opportunities that can make a world of difference in a student’s life– there is no doubt about it (funding opportunities, free download of all sorts of educational materials, info about studies opportunities etc.) -The type of opportunities that can tremendously help students living in some of the poorest areas of the world like Africa.

Wrong, wrong!

There are two types of students in Africa. Those that are totally ignorant of that side of internet and need to be informed and those are aren’t. 

What people don’t understand is that things aren’t so easy even for this second category.

Why?

We are talking about students living on a couple of dollars PER WEEK/MONTH –survival money. How much do you think they can spare on internet? One to a couple of hours PER MONTH is a good estimate.

NOW, type the world “scholarships” for instance in google, you have about 20 Million hits and overwhelming number of which is made of scholarships’ related information to which they do not qualify. What return on investment can they expect? NOT MUCH

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Africans have what it takes; the cream of that population (university students) simply needs to be specifically led and empowered to address these issues

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