Afghan women learn literacy through mobile phones
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"We can make the job of the teachers easier by using the video and the audio and the questions and exercises," Dawson said.
"Cellphones are cheaper than any computer and people are familiar with it. And also, the maintenance is much easier."
The free app can be installed on all mobile phones with a memory card slot and a camera. Individual lessons, which will also be made available on the ministry of education website, will teach new words and phrases.