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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 3 of 3

In Part One and Part Two, I shared with you my background of going from slave to domestic helper to owner … Read More»

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A Well Woven Web of Sisterhood Played Out!

The Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) Nigeria Multi-Stakeholder Forum which was held on March 11, 2014, at Chelsea Hotel Abuja has come and gone. … Read More»

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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 2 of 3

In Part One, I shared the story of my childhood, my time as a slave and how I ended up surviving the streets of Manila. … Read More»

JOSEPHINE SEMBEYA's picture

L'IMPORTENCE DE INTERNET

l'importance de internet dans ma vie,le niveau de ma fammile jl sont incapable de connaitre l'internet,je n;ai pas eu la chase.de j'ai rejoint le centre maman shujaa,j'ai d'ecouvert un tous les niveau … Read More»

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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 1 of 3

As a young girl, I was the victim of human trafficking. Today, I own an Information Technology business with a focus on mobile and social media technology. … Read More»

AYESHA CONSTABLE's picture

Rural Women Still not Connected

Jamaica boasts a fairly high level of internet connectivity, two very successful providers dominate the local market and smart phones and tablets are ubiquitous. … Read More»

shahd's picture

I do not feel safe online anymore!

The power of technology is inescapable. No matter how hard you try living without it, you will always be overwhelmed by its effect somehow! I personally tried not to be taken away by technology. … Read More»

Celine's picture

Weaving to WP Community Members at Multi-stakeholders Forum on Affordable Internet, Abuja, Nigeria

As I stepped into the room, I looked to the right side and saw hands waving at me. It was Greengirl, Busayo and Nabiye-- my world pulse sisters! … Read More»

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Women in Rural Pakistan are being changed by Internet

I live in a remote area of the Pakistan where we can see change happening because the world is changing. But the process of change is very slow and this is because men dominate in our society. … Read More»

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