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She added that clean water and schools were more important.
Mohammed Diop specifically criticized the project as an attempt to exploit the governments of poor nations by making them pay for hundreds of millions of machines and the need of further investments into internet infrastructure.
Shortly after OLPC's founder, Nicholas Negroponte, accused Intel of trying to destroy the non-profit, Intel joined the board with a mutual non-disparagement agreement between them and OLPC.
Intel resigned its membership on January 3, 2008, citing disagreements with requests from Negroponte for Intel to stop dumping their Classmate PCs.
The remaining 32 staff members also saw salary reductions.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is a non-profit initiative established with the goal of transforming education for children around the world; this goal was to be achieved by creating and distributing educational devices for the developing world, and by creating software and content for those devices.
Its primary goal continues to be to transform education, by enabling children in low-income countries to have access to content, media and computer-programming environments.
Advertisements for OLPC began streaming on the video streaming website Hulu and others in 2008.
One such ad has John Lennon advertising for OLPC, with an unknown voice actor redubbing over Lennon's voice. Their annual budget was slashed from million to million which resulted in a restructuring on January 7, 2009.Negroponte likened shared computers to shared pencils.