About 200 schools in disadvantaged communities nationwide are to be provided with access to the internet between now and the year 2012 with support of the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC). The schools are to be supplied with computers, printers, scanners, projectors and servers under a programme dubbed 'school connectivity project.'
Kofi Attor, GIFEC Administrator, mentioned that this effort would significantly push forward the new ICT policy of the Ministry of Education, which makes the teaching of computer skills compulsory in the basic and second cycle schools. He was speaking at a forum held to educate the public on electronic-magnetic fields from telecommunication masts in Kumasi.
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