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Tech in Third World

Access to technology in many parts of the world still faces many challenges. Sub-Saharan Africa, in particular, has some of the lowest levels of technological advancement in the world. In addition to infrastructure challenges such as unreliable electricity and lack of internet access, ongoing violence in countries such as the D.R. Congo and struggles with political instability in Somalia make it difficult to build the necessary technological infrastructure to support innovation and growth. These challenges have significant consequences not only for people living in these areas but also for the global community. Access to technology is a key driver of economic growth, innovation, and social progress. Without it, countries can be left behind in the global economy, and their people can struggle to access vital information and services. It is essential that action is taken to address these challenges. One way to support technological development in the Third World is to invest in infrastru

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