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Having access to the internet is often taken for granted in countries like Germany. But around half of the world's population is still offline — that's around 4 billion people. Those living in remote places are especially disadvantaged. In rural Zimbabwe, three brothers are taking it into their own hands to bring their community online. This report was supported by the Internet Society.
Report: Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt, presented by Anke Rasper