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The eLearning Africa Report provides a yearly snapshot of progress and perspectives in the field of technology-enabled learning across the continent.

Combining news, features, interviews, literature, survey results and, for the first time this year, an extensive reference section, it is the most comprehensive guide there is to the facts, experiences and opinions that lie behind ICT4E and ICT4D developments today.

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  • A guide to key international sources of funding for education projects
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