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Buses in Rwanda used to teach IT skills

18 October 2013 Last updated at 00:06 BST

Since 2009 the Rwanda Development Board has been taking buses, equipped with computers and a generator, around the country to try to bridge the so-called "digital divide" between people living in towns and those living in rural areas.

Richard Muragijimana works on the bus, teaching people basic computer skills.

He describes his work and the impact it has on people living in rural areas.

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