Beyond Surfing - The Vast Potential of Google WiFi Plans
Google Station's initial roll out in Nigeria could pave the way for transformation in health services and outcomes for the country's 200 million people and eventually could become a technology for sustainable development across Africa. But the company should intentionally deploy the access where it will make the most difference - not solely for profits, writes Ifeanyi Nsofor.
allAfrica, 6 November 2018
Nigeria is the fifth country – and the first in Africa – to get Google Station super-fast Internet at selected locations. Read more »
Google Station's web page about its presence in Nigeria.
Nigeria Health Watch, 5 November 2018
As part of efforts to hold government accountable to its promises through enhanced inclusiveness, transparency and accountability in governance, the development Research and… Read more »
Nigeria Health Watch, 23 May 2018
Last week, a large white tent sprung up in the garden of the Ventures Park compound off Aso Drive, in Maitama, Abuja, taking its place alongside the beautifully decorated offices… Read more »