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PAN AFRICAN e-NETWORK

CARE

Foundation

along

with

Telecommunications

India

Limited

(TCIL)

and

Ministry

of

External

Affairs

(MEA)

had

developed

a

network

between

Africa

and

India

to

provide

Telemedicine

services to the Pan African nations.

The

tele-education

and

CME

set

up,

apart

from

establishing

the

communication

infrastructure

also

includes

setting

up

the

tele-education

studio

with

post

production

setup,

non-linear

editing

facility

and

the

appropriate

data

center

services

including

the

initial

storage,

backup

facility

and

one

centralized

HUB,

data

center

and

control

station

including

a

portal

comprising

of

the

universal

tele-

education

delivery

system

software

which

incorporates

the

e-learning,

content

management

and

digital

library

solutions

as

an

integrated

package.

Interaction

occurs

in

a

sequence

and

also

simultaneously

using

the

collaborative

tools.

Return

IP

link

provides

audio,

video

and

data

connectivity

to

the

CARE

studio

and

enables

the

students

to

have

a

live

interaction.

Care

is

able

to

access

the

Internet

through

the

VSAT

connectivity

and

Internet

connectivity

at

the

HUB.

The

studio

at

Care

is

controlled

and

managed

by

the

central

hub

for

management,

scheduling, broadcasting, review learning process etc.