The Ulwazi Programme in the New Scientist magazine

The Ulwazi Programme is mentioned in the latest issue of the New Scientist magazine, in an article ‘An app for folklore’ that examines how digital technologies are used to preserve cultural knowledge for future generations.

“As mobile devices become ubiquitous in Africa, the need for this type of regional and language-specific content, and the tangible link it provides between communities and their multiple pasts, becomes all the more important,” says Niall McNulty, the Ulwazi Programme’s digital manager.

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