4 July 2018

Eritrea: Commendable Digital Library Expansion

Massawa — Owing to the effort the Ministry of Education branch in the Northern Red Sea in cooperation with Rora Digital Library have been conducting, 70% of secondary schools in the region have become beneficiaries of the digital library technology.

Head of secondary schools in the region, Mr. Seid Saleh stated that thanks to the expansion of digital libraries and continued supply of energy as well as trainings on basic application of digital libraries, the use of the technology has been expanded and developed in the region.

Stating that Emahmime, Kamchewa, Bada and Shieb secondary schools are yet to become beneficiaries, Mr. Seid said that digital library technology will be introduced to the schools next year.

Indicating that awareness raising campaigns aimed at increasing the number of students and other users have been conducted throughout the region, Mr. Seid reiterated that effort is being exerted to expand digital library technology in junior schools.


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