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Librarian recycles phones to offer e-learning content

By DW
14 September 2021   |   6:28 am
The Laibu Mkononi reconditions old smartphones, printers and even internet routers to provide e-learning content. They become suitable for settlements and far-flung places where access to electricity and internet connectivity is a mirage.

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