A pilot project for Niger
In collaboration with the head of the national collaborative Duddal project, we were asked to design a prototype tablet: this solution should enable Nigerien agricultural advisors to display and share resources (texts, photos, sounds, videos, etc.) with farmers in places where the Internet is difficult to access.
The Kibao - Swahili for "tablet" - is a mobile and easily transportable version of the DataCup, enabling you to distribute content offline. The Kibao tablet facilitates access to your specific content or content adapted to all types of project: cultural, educational, agricultural, health, etc...
Farm advisors can transfer to their Kibao data loaded in a DataCupor any other data already used by the project. They can then train farmers directly in the field, thus enhancing the skills and agricultural techniques of the Duddal project's target groups.
Kibao rhymes with proximity
Innovative, robust and mobile, the Kibao is ideal for taking your own digital content anywhere, even to the most inaccessible places. In this way, you can achieve your objectives by extending access to digital resources to as many people as possible.
We were already present in Niger with the Duddal team through the DataCup. The Kibao is the result of a request from the team for greater proximity. It's a natural evolution for us: we've always been guided by the desire to be as close as possible to those who are far removed from technology and certain types of knowledge.
Training in Niger
L'équipe a voyagé au Niger pour une session de 3 jours de formation à l'assemblage de la DataCup et de la Kibao.
During the workshop, participants were introduced to the methods used to produce these solutions, and explored tools such as the 3D printer, which are essential to their production.
Take a video tour of this instructive workshop.
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