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Internews Network's e-Gov Project held a crash course programme for young and old Macedonian citizens how to use the Internet during a road show. The project was held in the 10 cities of Macedonia from October 14 to October 31.


IT students were guiding the 'Macedonia Surfing' road show and learned how to get online on one of the many Internet connected computers that they have set up. Hewlett-Packard (HP) has co-sponsored the road show, which is also provided to all computers and by Microsoft Corporation. Several Roma children who never used computer opened their first e-mail accounts and sent messages to the President of the Republic.  According to Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in the Skopje road show, there is need to urgently invest in information and communication technology to enable Macedonia and its citizens with the modern information technologies in Europe and worldwide. After Skopje, the show would be continued on to Bitola, Ohrid, Shtip, Strumica, Veles, Kumanovo, Kavadarci, Resen and Kocani.  





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