Rural Peru gets connected | Mattia Cabitza

More than 100 communities in rural Peru now have renewable energy and internet access, thanks to an aid programme that is being rolled out across the eight poorest nations in Latin America The connection was not of crisp video quality, but the chorus of schoolchildren from San José de Huamaní, near Ica in the south, could be heard loud and clear: "Good morning," they chanted. Hundreds of kilometres away, they were greeted with applause, through video ... Full Story »

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It's good to know and keep the world updated about the nations that are never focused on and people around the world have no idea what country and what kind of people are in the world. The everyday life only focuses on the major and corporate sector of the world but it's the people who strive to make their countries a developed nation and so they rise and show the rest of the world that they also can achieve and walk side by side by the ever growing world economically and technology wise as well.

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