Where the internet was delivered by a donkey
When Kyrgyzstan moved all education online during the pandemic, some remote schools were left behind. Connecting them meant delivering them an “internet in a box.”
Photography courtesy of Zhazgul Zuridinova
For the dozen students in Zardaly, a Kyrgyz village with no electricity, broadband or mobile network, the Internet means a tissue-box-sized digital library brought in by a donkey.
I wrote about how a nonprofit organization in Kyrgyzstan is connecting rural students to the Internet with an interim solution. Read in Rest of World