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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.


Lylinaguas's picture

Your article is very direct

Your article is very direct and to the point. The web really can help us actualize our vision and provide us the tool to fight for our cause. I encourage you to reach for your dream and make your vision a reality. Post your experiences as you go through each one that moves you closer to realize that vision. Best of luck.:)


Leslie Stoupas's picture

Rights and Responsibilities

I like the directness of your article as well, and I especially like that you see the ability to communicate using Web 2.0 as both a right AND a responsibility. It is irresponsible to deny women that right! I appreciate your call to women to work together in nation-building and establishing what their societies should look like. What a wonderful world you are envisioning. Thank you for sharing your vision of how to use Web 2.0 for the empowerment of women.

Leslie Stoupas

Jensine's picture

Hi Fatima

It is great to have you with us. We are all looking forward to hearing what you have to say - your personal stories and vision and what life is like in Nigeria - the land of strong women!! Thank you for your perspective.


Jensine Larsen
World Pulse

thanks, am very grateful. coming soon.

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