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U.N. seeks Korean role in educating Palestines

The chief of the U.N. agency for Palestine refugees expressed hope in Seoul yesterday that South Korea would play a “pioneering role” in computer technology education for students in Middle East refugee camps. The state-run Korea International Cooperation Agency has committed a technology-savvy computer bus to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency last year. Designed to teach Palestine students the latest technology, the bus will arrive in the Gaza Strip in April. “Palestine refugees are the most literate population in the Middle East largely because of UNRWA and we are trying to take the next step to educate them to be the most computer-literate,” said Peter Hansen, commissioner-general of the international body. Full Story

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