Telecentres- places where people can pay for the use of devices such as telephones, fax machines, and computers- are currently opening throughout Africa. They are seen as providing a much needed communications infrastructure to a continent poorly supplied by telecommunication facilities (Acacia 1997). Heather Schreiner outlines the obstacles to rural women gaining from this technology.
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