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Malawi Opens First Drone Academy In Africa

Drone technology is increasingly being adopted for development and humanitarian purposes such as transporting medical supplies to remote areas.

Malawi Opens First Drone Academy In Africa

Malawi has opened the first African drone academy with the support of UNICEF.

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