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Regional Perspectives - An African Perspective: Dawit Bekele

Mirjam Kühne — 18 Aug 2020
Dawit Bekele began his journey with the Internet while at college—but on returning to Africa, he discovered there was very little connectivity. While he was not involved in the initial stages of engineering the Internet in Africa, he began as an early user and proponent of connecting his home continent, and is now part of the Internet Society, helping to grow connectivity.

Listen to this interview with Dawit Bekele:

 Photo: The Internet Society

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