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Internet use barriers and user strategies: perspectives from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Rwanda

29 Mar Posted by in kictanet | Comments Off on Internet use barriers and user strategies: perspectives from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Rwanda
Sorry listers…. Appropriate subject line….

Listers, Mozilla and IDRC funded a research “Internet use barriers and user strategies: perspectives from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Rwanda”. The research was part of a country comparative study conducted in South Africa, Nigeria and Rwanda with a specific focus on use of subsidised data.    Data was collected in November 2016.   Attached is the comparative report for your possible interest.

An emerging issue from the research was digital literacy project viewed from the parents’ perspectives.   http://researchictafrica.net/ria_rap/2017/03/27/parenting-in-the-age-of-digi-schools-in-kenya/.

We are working on a detailed report per country which we shall share. 

In the meanwhile, read and disseminate as you give us feedback. 

Rgrds,
Nyambura



See www.researchICTafrica.net for most recent policy research papers


pdf icon 2017_INTERNET-USE-BARRIERS-AND-USER-STRATEGIES-KENYA-NIGERIA-SOUTH-AFRICA-AND-RWANDA-.pdf

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