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Que représente l'internet pour moi?

Pour moi la connexion internet.sa signifie la chose la plus importante car avec cette connexion a l’internet ma voix est entendue par tout le monde.et si vous avez entendue les problèmes qui touchent nos communautés et notre vies .c’est au moyens de cette connexion interne qui nous permet de partages des plus nos expériences.
Cette accès à l’internet s’en apporte encore un plus dans ma vie. Parce que lorsque je n’avais pas encore commence a fréquente l’interne mes pense était limite, je ne voie pas loin je voie que de chose qui est au tour de moi seulement. Main quand j’arrive ici au maman shujaa je trouve la connexion internet. Laisse moi encore une foi de dire merci a cette dame NEEMA NAMADAMU pour tout ce que elle la fait pour nous les femme/fille de D.R CONGO dans la ville de Bukavu. Nous somme vraiment très reconnaissante envers elle. Elle mérite vraiment la place de leaders.par ce que se qui témoigne un leader c’est ne pas le nom main ce sont les œuvre. Pour quoi je dis cela. Par Ce que ici chez nous D.R Congo accède a l’internet c’est ne pas facile est encore nous les femme/fille. L’interne était l’endroit ou on trouve que les homme/garçon main trouve une femme/fille c’était le cas rare main cette dame NEEMA NAMADAMU a fait tout pour que nous les femmes/filles nous puissions aussi être connecte a l’interne et avoir aussi la même capacité que les hommes. Mes sœur mes mère à l’interne il ya de belle chose. Car grâce à l’internet je suis devenir une autre personne.sa m’a tellement change a pense, a voir plus loin
En bref l’internet pour moi c’est la chose la plus importante car sa m’a faire sortir de l’ignorance et sa m’aide beaucoup a transmettre message
En fin je vous remercie vous tous qui sont la. Pour nous aident à voir cette connexion. Merci infiniment.

English translation by community member Pyrias

The internet is very important to me, because with this online connection my voice is heard by everyone. If you have heard of the problems that our communities and our lives are faced with, it was the internet the allowed us to share our experiences.
Internet access has brought even more with it into my life. Before I began to frequent the internet, my thoughts were limited. I didn’t see far away, I only saw what was around me. But when I come here to the Mama Shujaa, I find an internet connection that lets me see more.
Let me thank the woman Neema Namadamu one more time for all she has done for women and girls of the DRC, in the village of Bukavu. We are all very grateful to her. She truly deserves to be the leader, because what makes a leader isn’t a name but deeds. I say this because here in the DRC access to the internet is difficult for everyone, but even more so for women and young girls. The internet was a place for men, finding a woman with internet access was a rare case. But this woman, Neema Namadamu, has done everything she could so that women can also connect to the internet, and have the same abilities as men. My sisters, my mothers, there are beautiful things on the internet. Thanks to the internet, I’ve become another person. It has changed me so much, to be able to see so far.
In brief, for me the internet is the most important thing because it’s taken me out of ignorance and has let me send my message.
Thank you, everyone who is there, for helping us see this connection. Thank you so much.

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The internet is very important to me, because with this online connection my voice is heard by everyone. If you have heard of the problems that our communities and our lives are faced with, it was the internet the allowed us to share our experiences.
Internet access has brought even more with it into my life. Before I began to frequent the internet, my thoughts were limited. I didn’t see far away, I only saw what was around me. But when I come here to the Mama Shujaa, I find an internet connection that lets me see more.
Let me thank the woman Neema Namadamu one more time for all she has done for women and girls of the DRC, in the village of Bukavu. We are all very grateful to her. She truly deserves to be the leader, because what makes a leader isn’t a name but deeds. I say this because here in the DRC access to the internet is difficult for everyone, but even more so for women and young girls. The internet was a place for men, finding a woman with internet access was a rare case. But this woman, Neema Namadamu, has done everything she could so that women can also connect to the internet, and have the same abilities as men. My sisters, my mothers, there are beautiful things on the internet. Thanks to the internet, I’ve become another person. It has changed me so much, to be able to see so far.
In brief, for me the internet is the most important thing because it’s taken me out of ignorance and has let me send my message.
Thank you, everyone who is there, for helping us see this connection. Thank you so much.

Pyrias's picture

L'internet

Merci de partager! Je crois aussi que l'internet est un bon outil pour parler aux autres gens (comme vous!). Que pensez-vous qu'on peux faire pour connecter plus de femmes du monde?

Kika Sylvie Katchunga's picture

Merci pour cette

Merci pour cette question

Pour connecter plus de femmes du monde et particulièrement celles de notre pays,je vous propose de:
1.Organiser une activité de sensibilisation des femmes sur l'importance de l'outil informatique
2.Ouvrir un centre de formation des femmes sur l'utilisation de l'ordinateur et le plaidoyer en ligne
3. Disponibiliser des Cybers cafés pour femmes dans divers endroits de la ville.
Selon moi,en faisant ainsi nous pouvons connecter un grand nombre de femmes

sylvie

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