1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you?
Pulse Wire is my hope for empowering the impoverished women worldwide. It is the epitome of my love for Women activists and people at large. It facilitates real human connection, Resource exchange, exchange of entrepreneurship skills, cultural exchange, trust, friendship, to empower impoverished women. I cannot advocate enough for this amazing project. It is more than a social online community; it is a home that brings back hope for the impoverished women. Pulse wire is part of the path to a peaceful global community for the impoverished women.
2) What brought you to World Pulse? And what has been your experience on PulseWire?
I was browsing internet, searching for the social online communities that connect and empower women worldwide and I was lucky to come across World pulse and I immediately signed up. I work with impoverished women in Uganda with a lot of challenges and in an environment of limited resources. My mission of joining Pulsewire was to connect and share with new friends, Volunteers, women activists, journalists, project partners, donors, tourists and travelers with the mission of improving the lives of impoverished women, children, youth and rural communities at large.
My experience has been extremely positive on pulse wire. I have been able to connect and meet new friends and now my Sisters ; Araceli and Karlyn Tjaden both from USA and shared lot resources. We later started to work on projects that empower the impoverished women in Uganda together with my sisters Karlyn and Araceli !!
I have been able also to get another solar project partner, Genice Jacobs, from pulsewire and I’m looking forward to meeting many others in Uganda soon.
I strongly treasure any minute I spend on pulse wire because I would not have met great connections with the same objective of empowering impoverished women if it wasn't for Pulse wire, in fact Pulse wire is now part of my life!