Sarah Baird writes about how versatile the Lifeplayer can be to a community in Uganda.
The British Council in Ethiopia introduces us to Haile Berhe, an experienced English teacher who is now using our Lifeplayer. Read about what the Learn English Radio Project means to him.
Frank Reidy, a radio journalist and former Irish Army Major, writes about his experiences with radio in sub-Saharan Africa, from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide to radio soaps.
In an exclusive for ONE, Phil Goodwin questions the Kenyan governments rollout of 1.2 million laptops in a country where 75 percent of the population lack reliable access to electricity.
Read all about Africa unplugged in Phil Goodwin’s well-received blog for The Energy Collective.
Insightful and misunderstood aspects of energy poverty for children.
Here in Zambia, this MP3 device is more than a portable entertainment center; it is a lesson, an entire classroom, a future for a child.
Writing from the eLearning Africa conference and exhibition in Windhoek, Phil Goodwin discusses the practical limitations of ‘sexier’ technologies.
Laura Ruggles discovers the importance of properly trained teachers.
An engaging blog on trees and deforestation in Zambia from our Santa Clara intern Jack Bird.
American University of Paris intern Kathleen Buchholz writes about the similar energy problems facing urban and rural schools in Zambia.