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Introducing myself and my journal: Femmes d'exception

About Me:
I am passionate and inspired by the female subjects. And my work as a journalist gives me the opportunity to inform me and to inform public opinion. The internet is the fastest way to reach more people and especially the female. This site is a good initiative and that is why I joined.Je gère même une page féminine sur mon compte sur facebook appélé Femmes d'exception ''Femmes d'Exception''

My Passions:
journalism

My Challenges:
the Advancement of Women

My Vision for the Future:
empowerment of African women

My Areas of Expertise:
Public Information

Comments

Y's picture

Hello from Louisiana, Kiki.

Hello from Louisiana, Kiki. We at World Pulse are so happy you found us. As you may know, many of our empowerment efforts have to do with helping women become "citizen journalists" through honing their individual voices with world pulse mentors. I was honored to be chosen as an editorial mentor, and look forward to many more opportunities to assist women in establishing themselves as women with whom the world must reason. We welcome your expertise in journalism to our ever-increasing network.

I see that you share my passion for empowerment of African woman. I am attempting to help address a few challenges for a woman in Nigeria who is teaching women empowerment through entrepreneurship. This is an effort about which I'm passionate, as entrepreneurship, along with teaching employment skills, is the way I supported myself and my children.

I would like to help her internationally market the goods she and her students are creating, but the Nigerian law that prohibits her from accepting online credit cards is a stumbling block to avenues with which i am familiar.I have been reaching out to the World Pulse network to help her address this issue. When we all share resources through the internet, I believe we can move mountains.

You are now a part of a thriving grassroots network of women leaders and supporters from more than 190 countries. See the Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide

You may like to participate in our current campaign Women Weave the Web, celebrating the use of technology in empowerment efforts: http://worldpulse.com/campaigns/www/how-to-participate.

I look forward to hearing more of your voice in WorldPulse.

Blessings.
Yvette

Yvette

kiki's picture

Thanks from Mali

Hello Yvette
I am very happy to have access to World pulse is the perfect opportunity for me to share on this site and experience the daily life of women in my country Mali. We go to war, and the women of my country still bear the scars of this war. You are a editorial mentor and I would be delighted if you give me the proper techniques of using the net for I bear higher towards women of my country. I try to be their spokesperson, since many are those who have not had the chance to study and enter the internet like me, I do....

See you

Arkiss

Y's picture

Hello again, Kiki. You are

Hello again, Kiki.
You are correct that World Pulse opens up a world of opportunity to you. I am an editorial mentor, but with limited knowledge of how to best use the internet. My position is to help writers to express themselves more clearly. My only language is American English.

There are guides on how to use the internet at World Pulse links, and many women that will be happy to share their experience and knowledge with you. Please read some of the journals and invite some women to be your World Pulse friends. You may also consider friending some of our World Pulse sisters on Facebook.

Blessings.
Yvette

Yvette

kiki's picture

Hello Again Y

Okay Yvette, as you've seen I speak French well and I speak less English. But I'll consider your advice from now on. And if I need technical support, I'll call you. Thank you and goodbye

Arkiss

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