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Published 01.06.2020 12:01
In Zimbabwe junior coders and engineers have designed a balaclava mask for school children.
Harare Institute of Junior Coders and Engineers which teaches children computer coding, programming, and software engineering has designed a balaclava face mask for school children. The mask was designed to ensure that children cannot remove it and as such prevent them from touching their faces and sharing masks. The organization…
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Published 27.04.2020 06:37
In Burkina Faso, the Burkinabe army is mass-producing face masks.
The National Armed Forces (FAN) of Burkina Faso is mass-producing face masks to protect citizens against Covid-19 pandemic. The FAN production unit already produces more than 5,000 masks per day. The masks produced by the army will be used primarily to equip students and teachers, in the context of the…

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