Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children

Orlando Ayala, senior vice president of Microsofts Emerging Segments Market Development Group, poses with some of the 6,000 children who study at the Lycee Philippe Zinda Kabore in Ouagadougou.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Classrooms for All

A block of classrooms at the Lycee Philippe Zinda Kabore in Ouagadougou.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - After the Classes Are Over

A couple of children sit in one of the many classrooms at the lycee.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Getting Grounded

Part of the grounds at the Lycee Philippe Zinda Kabore.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Computer Geeks

The computer lab at the lycee gets a lot of use.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Learning Is a Shared Experience

A group of students huddle around one of the 20 computers in the computer lab at the lycee.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Special Content

A student learns about the HIV virus from content developed by one of the teachers at the lycee in Ouagadougou.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Creative Teachers

Microsofts Ayala (right) talks with the teacher who designed the content about the HIV virus (center), while Headmaster Ali Sawadogo looks on (left).Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Learning by Mirrors

This PC mirrors course content offered by MIT.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Kids Will Be Kids

Students mill around on the lycee grounds.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Microsoft Gets a Gift

Orlando Ayala, senior vice president of Microsofts Emerging Segments Market Development Group, is presented with a leather briefcase embossed with a graphic symbolizing the companys Unlimited Potential and Partners in Learning initiatives by Lycee headm

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children - Unlimited Potential

A sign on the stairs of the classroom building states, Your potential, our passion.Photo: Peter Galli/eWEEK

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Africas Unlimited Potential: Educating the Children

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