So in April, they came up with the paper-based Hai TI comic, which means Listen Up in the local language, Oshiwambo.
"It is printed every Tuesday in the local youth newspaper, so it goes across the country. What is in the comic is also all online," said Ms Haotuikulipi.
The colourful gang of characters explain technology and what it can be used for through stories, just like a conventional comic adventure.
When they talk about e-mail or downloading, for example, information panels near the speech bubbles offer an explanation and web addresses for readers to follow.
The characters are based on actual SchoolNet staff members and the comic has been such a hit that they are becoming minor celebrities. And word is spreading.
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Comic books Explain Tech in Namibia
BBC NEWS | Technology | CDs and comics offer digital aid