Yet another of the many ruaral wireless projects that are springing up around the world.
Having been an active advocate and tech trainer on this type of project for about 3 years, it warms my heart whenever i see a project like this.
* It proves we were right, and that low-cost, DIY wireless really is an adequate solution for rural connectivity issues.
* It means there is one more community on-line, limiting the bias towards western culture opn the internet
* It’s an opportunity for me to try and reach out to some people through our projects. And perhaps a future opportunity for me to visit Ghana again, a country which i spent 3 months in, and which will forever be close to my heart.
I’ll have to contact these people, and see what they are up to.