In many African countries, it is still a challenge to provide learning contents and services. Large parts of the population do not have access to existing educational opportunities, and only a small percentage has access to knowledge provided by universities, for example. Marginalized groups, such as women and the rural population, are particularly affected by low access to education. New technologies, such as e-learning, are that important because they provide easy access to education. The use is flexible, the knowledge is accessible anywhere and anytime, no matter from which end device. Interactive content offers a new way of learning.