English translation by community member eogland.
- A space providing free internet and to be connected to social networks and to do research as I see fit was what urged me to become a member of Maman Shuja.
- The importance of this technology is that it allows us to be in contact with other women in the whole world and allows me personally as a coordinator of a non-profit NGO to look for donors here and there.
Also, more girls and women have benefited from various types of important schooling in the life of responsible women, such as:
– Training on leadership and writing
– Training in English and photography
– Training on social networks: Facebook, World Pulse, Skype, Twitter
3. The impact on me is that I became a woman who is connected and up to date on news and current publications. I am able to express myself freely which is always good! The positive impact on me is that I could complete a project with the funds of indigenous Columbian women to build a school for at risk children in the the Kabare territory in DRC. Then, a daily connection with several networks allowed me to have visibility and presence in humanitarian meetings.
Let our donors be able to expand the space or find a more spacious building which would allow us to work better because sometimes those who arrive after, they don’t have a place to sit and we are really squished together, sometimes suffocated by heat.
Let World Pulse be able to put into practice these trainings mentioned above for more of an impact on women and young girls.
The Maman Shuja center is of vital importance for the women of Bukavu in Sud Kivu, we hope that it will always be at our disposal.