Does olpc fit Nepad Objectives ? No.
I cannot explain better why i say OLPC is (now) severely misguided.
Its hard to explain in small (and emotional) posts what i learnt in several years of travels, discussions, experiences and many books readings.
Maybe google will give you some hints for nepad, gapminder, Jean Ziegler work at UN, and "right for food" (refused only by one country in the world, i let you find out which one), or Joseph Stiglitz, or digg and you will find lots of dramatic total failures, or misleading projects.
If you want a sad real story where it would have been infinitely better to do nothing than impose our rules (but it was supposed to help them, it had nothing to do with our business of course), read this : http://aithne.net/index.php?e=news&id=201&lang=0
And please, keep on trying to help other people, that's great. But get deep informations, and don't misunderstand my criticism. It's necessary and good to have criticism in order to improve.
IT can provoke big civilisation disasters, by erasing culture, that's why it is important that we (foreigners) provide only help for tech, and that the local people create the socio-cultural-educational content.