Buses transformed into mobile Internet centers are traveling around Tunisia’s villages, helping rural Tunisians find jobs and stay in touch with family and friends abroad.
The buses are staffed with technology experts to show people of all ages how to use the Internet, according to BBC News.
Most of the villages to which these buses travel don't even have electricity, much less Internet cafes. Most residents lack the means to get to larger towns. With little opportunities for work in areas like these, the mobile Internet buses are set up for women like Maryam, who tells BBC that on the bus she is able to search and apply for urban secretarial jobs she wouldn't otherwise know about.