Rwanda: Microsoft to Reduce Cost of Software for Rwandan Education
March 7, 2014 Editor 0
[Focus]On Thursday in Kigali, the Ministry of Education and Microsoft signed an agreement to reduce the price of Microsoft software programs for the benefit of education. The agreement seeks to ease the availability of Microsoft program licenses to allow brand updates for new programs at low costs.
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