Language reaches poor by mobile phone

Guardian Weekly, Tuesday 7 December 2010.

English language lessons are providing a blueprint for the way that mobile phones can be used to deliver education opportunities to communities in some of the poorest parts of the world. In Bangladesh the BBC Janala service, targeted at rural and urban poor, has delivered over 3.5m three-minute audio English language lessons since its launch in November 2009. Read more…

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