Schoolchildren in Rwanda
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Rwanda targets school with laptops

Schoolchildren in Rwanda are being given laptops as part of the government's drive to turn the country into a "knowledge economy" akin to Singapore in South East Asia.

The laptops are designed to make learning easier and engage the children with new technology.

But the BBC's Lerato Mbele finds out that other sectors of Rwandan society are less receptive to new technological ideas.

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