Magnus Gyan Launches Second Pilot Program in the Amazon - Alter de Chão, Pará
Magnus Gyan earlier announced the launch of its low-cost tablet to a native “Indian School” in a small village ( Alter Do Chão ) in the Amazon. The school has 800 children and the tablets will be used to provide interactive learning for Math & Science as well as an intranet facility for students to communicate with each other. The project involves 100 tablets to be shared amongst the students and professors.
The ability to providing high quality educational content to under privileged youth in remote settings can only be made possible by the availability of a high quality low-cost internet device" says Kartik Kilachand, CEO, Magnus Gyan. “It is a game-changer’in the field of education”, he says. “We may finally be able to achieve Negroponte’s vision of ‘One Laptop per Child’ by moving from the ‘last mile’ connect to the ‘last person’ connect”.