According to Bakuramutsa, Rwanda has been ranked third globally after Peru and Uruguay in terms of rolling out laptops in primary schools adding that all 30 districts have five OLPC-enabled schools, reports the New Times.
OLPC was launched in 2008 and 2,200 schools have also been equipped with servers, wireless access points and digital content including e-books, maths, science and English courses.
"The server is also equipped with a school management and information system and security features to track laptops in case of theft or loss," said Bakuramutsa.
Bakuramutsa added that OLPC is seeking to come up with a modern call centre to provide online maintenance support to schools.
Peru tops the list in the world when it comes to OLPC rollout in schools with about 750,000, Uruguay (approximately 475,000) and Rwanda in third position with more than 200,000.
Ten thousand teachers have been trained with basic ICT skills to enable them to prepare and teach their lessons in digital format.