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Nakaseke Community Radio : Empowering Rural Primary Schools to better grades

Radio broadcasting is a powerful tool that enables communication to many isolated rural villages and towns in developing countries. For many of these rural communities, radio broadcasts are often the only effective way to solicit important information to a large audience.Most recently in Uganda, community operated educational programmes are being broadcast to remote localities in an effort to reach students that have limited access to educational resources.Since its establishment in 2003,…See More
Feb 12, 2013
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Ssenabulya James replied to Seu Yapa's discussion Come and join with our latest telecentre.org Photo Contest in the group Photo Contest
"Hello, Please send me steps on how to upload the photo. I am not seeing any photo addition option. Thanks. ssenajimmie@yahoo.com"
Sep 11, 2009
Ssenabulya James replied to Sandra Nassali's discussion Are n't Internet cafes becoming a threat to telecentres?
"Sandra and all, I think this may not really become a big challenge to telecentres, if they well-package their services. A live example, here in Nakaseke, we have quite a number of secretarial bureaus which do some secretarial services. They are…"
Mar 19, 2009

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IT Instructo
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Nakaseke Community Radio : Empowering Rural Primary Schools to better grades

Radio broadcasting is a powerful tool that enables communication to many isolated rural villages and towns in developing countries. For many of these rural communities, radio broadcasts are often the only effective way to solicit important information to a large audience.

Most recently in Uganda, community operated educational programmes are being broadcast to remote localities in an effort to reach students that have limited access to educational resources.

Since its…

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Posted on February 12, 2013 at 10:09pm

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At 5:06pm on December 4, 2008, Francis Mwathi said…
Thank you for joining Telecentre.org, this is your perfect platform for sharing stories and experiences form you telecentre, Nakeseke as we strive to build the telecentre Movement .Welcome
At 5:58pm on December 3, 2008, Sandra Nassali said…
Hello James, welcome to telecentre.org. Please follow URL http://telecentrecommunity.ning.com/notes/Getting_Started for the community guide. In case of any thing else, please feel free to contact me.

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