UNESCO and Nokia sign partnership to use mobile technologies to achieve Education for All

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UNESCO and Nokia signed an agreement on 20 October to promote the use of mobile technologies to further the objectives of Education For All.

Under the initial three-year agreement, Nokia will contribute between five and ten million dollars which will be invested in three types of projects: research to identify possible applications of mobile technology to support Education For All; promotion of the use of mobile technologies to support training, capacity-building, and the management of educational institutions and lastly, the development of new mobile applications that have educational potential.

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