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Afro-Web: Summary

Updated Wednesday, 1st March 2006

How can the net change the world for the better?

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It is clear that NairoBits has been successful in enhancing communication between Africa and the rest of the world; especially on an individual level, enabling more people to get more of a first-hand knowledge of Africa. It has strengthened the students' beliefs about a bright future that is determined more by themselves than by their background and has offered hope to the youths of Kenya.

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