Afghanistan launched a new Literacy Programme for Women via"Ustad Mobile Phones (Mobile Teacher)" on?
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- Hari PrakashSep 2, 2013
On 14th Nov 2012, Afghanistan launched a literacy programme that enables Afghan women deprived of a basic education during decades of war to learn to read and write using a mobile phone. The phone is called Ustad Mobile (Mobile Teacher) and provides national curriculum courses in the national languages, Dari and Pashto, as well as mathematics. The Mobile Teacher software was developed by Paiwastoon, an Afghan IT company, with $80,000 dollars in US aid and is designed to tackle one of the worst illiteracy rates in the world by riding the growing wave of mobile phone use.
- eAnswers...Sep 3, 2013
A new literacy program has been launched by Afganistan on 14th Nov 2012, which enables the Womens to get basic education on their mobiles during the decades of War. "Ustad Mobile Phones Mobile Teacher" is the name of that phone and it provides national curriculum courses in both the national languages and in both audio and video. This software was developed by Paiwastoon in $80,000 dollars in the United Sates.
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