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- What is the Connect Rwanda challenge?
- How did it begin/who introduced it?
- What does it intend to achieve?
- Who should join the challenge?
- Who are the beneficiaries?
- Who coordinates the concept?
- Who is the contact person for follow up?
- What devices are allowed or not allowed?
- Can anyone offer more than just a device?
- Is there a timeline for respecting a pledge?
- What is the form of challenge (funds or devices/services)?
- How does the public get to know if the funds are accounted for?
- Who selects the beneficiaries?
- Will beneficiaries pay for the phones or offer something in return ?
- Why is this challenge run by MTN?
- Which institution(s) can one engage beyond MTN?
- Can MTN competitors be part of the challenge?
- Can anyone outside Rwanda participate?
- What happens when a pledge is not respected?
- Can Rwandans outside the country benefit?
- Does this challenge have copyrights, or it can be copied and replicated by anyone who wishes elsewhere?
- What happens when a beneficiary misuses the device (sell, lose, donate, abuse)?
- What happens when there are intended and unfair malpractices in selecting beneficiaries?
- Are there mechanisms to track malpractices?
- Will every process be made public for purposes of transparency?
- Are other smartphone brands allowed beyond Mara phone?
- Is there an efficient governance platform to fast track this challenge and to manage the challenge?
- Can beneficiaries choose what to use the phones for/ are there conditions attached to beneficiaries?
- Will the distributed smartphones have warranty?
- How do staff members who can’t afford to participate be protected from coercion or blackmail?
- Will beneficiaries be allowed to switch to a different network of their choice?
- Can a beneficiary be asked to return the phone?
- Who will hold MTN accountable in case it uses this challenge to advance its interests or as a weapon against its competitors?