Kiwix is the default solution for millions around the world that have no connectivity or cannot pay for data. It allows people to browse Wikipedia, watch TED talks or any web content by storing a copy locally on their phone or computer. It is works on all platforms, is free, open-source, content-agnostic, and available in 100+ languages: as such it allows dozens of organisations around the world to bring digital education to people in rural areas, refugee camps, or even prisons.

Tags: Digitalisation, Education, Open Access, Connectivity, Education Equity, Education for all, Ed Tech

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