16 January 2017
For Liquid Telecom, internet access always has a “transformatory” effect in education.
“Improving education is at the core of our own mission of facilitating the rise of Africa as an economic powerhouse,” says Ben Roberts, CEO of Liquid Telecom Kenya.
For instance, the company has connected all 46 branches of Kenya’s National Libraries to high speed internet so that more than 500,000 library members across Kenya have easy – and free – access to research materials, opportunities and information.
Another more recent deployment was for a school in Kiltamany, a typical remote and rural Kenyan village surrounded by kilometre after kilometre of dry, dusty barren land.Read the full case study