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Nairobi, June 4th. The leadership of one of the capital’s schools in Kenya has launched a practical training course using virtual reality technology.

In this way, students are introduced to social and environmental issues. Children don a special headset and go on an imaginary tour of the area contaminated with plastic or damaged by irreversible climate change.

The project was edited by Ukwenza VR. Employees are confident that if they see the consequences of the opposite with their own eyes, the younger generation will be imbued with the current issues of our time and learn to respect the environment.

Earlier, republican authorities launched the first satellite called Taifa 1 into orbit. The device is designed to collect agricultural data, monitor the outbreak of forest fires and immediately eliminate them. The Kenya Space Agency said the event marked a new turning point in the country’s history.

Source: Riafan

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