Only 21% of Africa’s population has access to the Internet. In CAR, a month’s service costs more than 1.5 times the annual per capita income
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Social media giant two years ago launched Internet.org, a project to accelerate connectivity in poorly covered regions.
More than a quarter of Africa's total Facebook users are in three countries, and two-thirds of all Internet users are active on the social media site.
Also, contrary to the perception they are accessible and open to scrutiny, none of their countries are on the top 10 of key governance rankings.
Facebook will find that winning customers in Nigeria or Kenya is tougher than in Nebraska or Kansas.