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Women initiative


1. Web 2.0 is a women initiative web, encouraging women on their vision, their right and their importance in the nation. There is no doubt that web 2.0 brought peace co-existence between nations, individual, families, freedom of taught and expression, exposure of talent, sharing of problems and resolution to global activities on women issues. The fast links in disseminating information, connection through internet, Facebook, twitter, blog and the likes is a great excitement on web 2.0.

2. The initiative web2.0 brought solution to women empowerment through the following:
- It denounce violence against women in all ramification
- It exposes gender issues in the countries
- It fuels revolution on women enslavement
- It communicates and have allies to enhance movement activities their countries
- It creates enlightenment and brought development to other women of the nation.

3. With web 2.0 my talent will be more boost, having more allies will encourage me to actualize my vision, sharing my potential, joining it together and promote women activities in my country, organization or community areas. Women are the builder’s of nation, don’t neglect us our duties.


Greengirl's picture

Hello Fatima

Permit me to ask if your post titled 'Women Initiative' is a submission made for the 2013 VOF Week One Assignment? If yes, you will have to tag it rightly/appropriately as we were instructed to do, so your post gets registered among the 2013 VOF Applications . The advised tag is 2013 VOF Week 1.

On the page where you made the post, check out the additional information made available before the submission button. You will see- Please select all topics that apply to the content of your post (Arts and Culture, Disasters and Emergencies, Economic Empowerment, Education and Training, Environment and Sustainability, Faith and Spirit, Gender-based Violence, Health and Healing............................). You may select anyone that applies to your post.

Most importantly, however, is the portion where you have- Other Topics and Regions: Enter additional keywords, countries, and regions one at a time or separated by commas. Example: journalism, Kenya, East Africa
Assigned Tags:

Enter - 2013 VOF Week 1 where you have Assigned Tags.

Please feel free to reach out if you don't still get it right. I'll be available to help out in every way possible.

Best wishes,


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