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Web2.0 allow congolese woman to access information

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How does a black cloaked scythe wielding personification of death relates to the web 2.0 phenomenon? … Read More»

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Amazing Web 2.0

The most exciting part of Web 2.0 is the easy access to people around the world at the minimum cost, and to attain much information within a short time. … Read More»

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The blind eye pops open

This is the most exciting period of my career because the greatest tool of our generation is being put in the hands of a group of persons who have chosen to fight the good fight. … Read More»

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Wonders I experienced through Web 2.0

I always longed to be heard, to be distinct. I wanted to fly, without wings. When I was young, I thought only bright girls and boys could make it and they alone were the heir to this privilege. … Read More»

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Instrument of change

Web 2.0 has brought a new dimension to the internet; it has made browsing an enjoyable experience. … Read More»

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Web 2.O: A Source Of Information

Many people say that living is remote is hectic especially when it comes to access to information since poor infrastructure like roads, internet connectivity are some of the challenges facing people l … Read More»

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World in hands with web 2.0

New technologies have a vast potential for empowerment which needs to be fully exploited. … Read More»

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Violence is bad, it is dehumanizing, leads to psychological torture more so when it is perpetuated by poverty. YOUNG AFRICAN WOMEN INITIATIVES supports women, victims of domestic violence. … Read More»

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