Hello David. I am honoured that you have replied. Going straight to the point, I think that for remote learning to be accessible in my region, internet providers should be contacted to discuss the idea of free megabytes for all students. With the problems faced in remote learning like difficulties in staying motivated, lack of interaction with both students and tutors, of connection and the problems of not getting immediate feedback, I think that video lessons should be introduced in my region. The tutors should be trained to be there for the students. The students should be helped with devices which they can use to study online. Going to the last question, I don't know if I heard you well. The alternative to expensive technology is sponsorship of a free network provision to all students.