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45+PLUS Older and Senior Citizens Project

As we get older, most of us seem to become irrelevant to the scheme of the world around us. The older we become, the more we are sidelined by society and sadly even by family. As senior citizens, life gets worse as living and livelihood become lonelier and more arduous because there isn’t enough concern about the issues that matter to you, such as medical, legal, mobility, and companionship.

Auntie Mo Kids Radio

Auntie Mo Kids Radio, is an all-positive internet radio station offering 24/7 children and parents oriented programmes. The station broadcasts education, entertainment and information content suitable for African children worldwide from kindergarten stage up to 8+ years old. Special daily spots also educate parents about the various ways to approach challenges relating to raising children. Auntie Mo Kids Radio can be found on the home page of

Educate An African Child With Less Than $100

A 7" Android tablet which costs less than $100 to acquire could indeed become the key to substantially improving the lives of educationally disadvantaged children in Africa.

Datawind donates tablets to Cognisci Foundation

Datawind donated twelve UbiSlate 7Ci tablets to enable disadvantaged children have access to our OpenGriot project. These equipment are to be distributed free of charge mainly to orphanages .

The device includes WiFi & GPRS connectivity allowing anytime & anywhere internet access through sim and phone functionality. Optional 3G modems are also supported via USB. In addition to a micro-SD card slot, a full-sized USB port is integrated into the unit allowing pen-drives, external keyboards, web-cams, dongles and other inexpensive peripherals to be attached.

Features of Tablet:

Download Matters of the Heart book free for your Android device.

Matters of The Heart is an educational story set in The Union Club, a social club where two doctors have been invited to educate members on how to minimise their chances of contracting a cardiovascular disease , and how to improve their chances of surviving one. :

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