Rwanda aiming for full school connectivity by 2024

15 Jul 2020

The government of Rwanda plans to invest RWF4.8 billion (USD5 million) to connect every secondary school in the country to the internet by the end of 2024. A report from Agence Ecofin says that around 52% of schools currently have internet connections, with authorities aiming to raise this figure to 62% by the end of this year. Out of 1,459 public secondary schools, 724 are already connected to the internet, 678 of which are connected via 4G.