About Me:
l am a Nigerian, a food processor, trainer, community women farmers leader, motivational speaker and a capacity builder. our aim is to see how our youths and women will redirect their minds from crude oil and politics as the only means of making money, to seeing Agriculture as a business that brings great wealth. My community is faced with vitamin A deficiency, since most of our stable foods lacks vitamin A and our people believed that vitamin A can only be gotten through taking of drugs, l discovered from the internet that there are crops that are match with vitamin A, l and my team want in search for these crops, planted and processed them into differents cassava and corn products, on carrying out nutritional analysis discovered great inclusion of vitamin A in those vitamin A match crops. Am currently organising town halls trainings, advocacy, capacity building talk shows with the youths and women on the effect, usefulness and impact internet is creating in the world, also on how Agriculture can be taken to another level through the use of internet. Our challenge is that most women don't like going to the cyber, and the phones they can afford can't access internet.

My Passions:
ls to see youths and women farmers in my community get innovative ideas of Agriculture through internet.

My Challenges:
we don't have nearby cybers and no phones that can connect internet.

My Vision for the Future:
ls to see a community where youths and women farmers depend online to solved all Agriculture problems.

My Areas of Expertise:
youths and women farmers advocacy.

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Welcome to World Pulse, Eliel.

I have worked extensively with the people of rural Appalachia in the USA. You are correct in advocating for the power of increasing the access to and use of technology to educate others. I have written a great deal about one 94-year-old woman who permanently empowered her area by combining entrepreneurship, agriculture, and information technology.

Your visions of empowerment through the use of technology are one step closer to achievement when you network in such a strong group of empowered people. You are only one person, but you are smart enough to know that our power is exponential when combined with other powerful people.

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

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

Continue to be a blessing. Yvette

Yvette

Y, l believe that we educated women are epistles, or letters of recommendation written not with ink to be read by the rural women. Come out and let them read you.

I, too, believe that we are still writing sacred scriptures. I have written and published several books. I also write in my WP journal and on my blog OneFamilyManyFaiths.blogspot.com

Yvette

Thanks y, am happy to relate with world pulse, l see all educated women as EPISTLES, or recommendation letters written not with link to be read by the rural and less privilege women. lt is a high time we all come out and let them READ US. Thanks Eliel Sam