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06 April 2009

Video: Rwanda - Using Mobiles to Combat AIDS

13 03 2009 - In 1994, the small African country of Rwanda was devastated by tribal genocide. Today, over 300,000 people live with HIV/AIDS in the country. But providing healthcare and education requires good communications. The government has recognised the ability of mobile phones to connect its network of hospitals and clinics, and has created TRACnet; an innovative scheme to help with the treatment and prevention of AIDS. An exclusive TelecomTV Report from Rwanda. Part of the Mobile Planet Project, in partnership with the GSMA.


Source: TelecomTV



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