About Me: Women in my community find it hard logging on and coming online for the following reasons

i. They don't know how to use the computer and the internet. ii. They can't afford to get a personal computer. iii. They think learning how to use the computer is hard. iv. The cost of internet access is high. v. The challenge of power (electricity) is also very high.

The local library can make it easy for women to use the internet by providing trainers to help train these women on how to use the computer and to make the cost of accessing the internet very cheap.

I have a cyber cafe where I render computer and internet services, so I help women who do not know how to use the computer and the internet who come to me, I also tell them the importance of knowing how to use the internet. I also recommend other trainers to them who can help train them. I will also start including computer training in the women vocational skills program I hold.

I have my own computer and internet in my office, so I feel safe going online, I use the internet every day, that's to tell you how safe I am. The government and technology companies should help in making our websites more secured from hackers.

My Passions: Women Empowerment, Entrepreneurship,surfing the internet for information, writting, and reading business, motivational, success and inspirational books

My Challenges: Getting funds to empower more women

My Vision for the Future: To own an organization that will empower local women to access capital to sustain or start their own businesses, to make them banked, and train them on financial literacy.

My Areas of Expertise: Customer service, Mobile money, Banking,Blogging,Social Media,Motivation.

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Dear Novine

Welcome my dear Sister to World Pulse! You are now part of a thriving community of grassroots women leaders and supporters from 180 countries. See the Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

Hugs Busayo Obisakin CEO/Founder Women Inspiration Development Center Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Busayo ObisakinWomen inspiration Development centerIle-Ife, Nigeriabusobisaki@yahoo.comwomeninspirationcenter@gmail.comhttp://womeninspirationce.wix.com/widcng

My dear Novice, Welcome to World Pulse. You have just joined an amazing platform of women who use the power of the word to inspire change. At world pulse, sisterhood is the strongest asset that binds everybody together. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community. We look forward to your active participation here. To get started, follow this link http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide


Nakinti B. Nofuru2013 VOF CorrespondentReporter for Global Press InstituteBamenda - CameroonEmail: nakinti@globalpressinstitute.org nakintin@yahoo.com

Welcome. as a woman who has taught myself how to access the power of the internet, I am excited by your efforts at empowerment with use of the internet availability and ability to access these powers.

Blessings to you. Yvette


Thanks Yvette,I also learnt how to use the internet and computer my self, I will just walk into the cybercafe's then, buy the time I want to use and just try surfing the net my self, when I am have any challenge I ask anybody sitting by me, to help me. I think women should be bold to learn everything they can to better their life,If I was intimidated to enter the cafe because i was ignorant of the use of computer/internet, I am sure, I will still be ignorant.

Women should always be willing to learn and have courage. If a man can do it,WE CAN DO IT ALSO.

Okocha Nkem

Founder & C.E.O,Mamamoni (Behavioral Modification loans for women)



Welcome, Novine! So glad to see you here and that you were able to meet Busayo and Olutosin and Social Media Week! It's very exciting for me to hear about the work you are doing to help women access the Internet. I would love for you to participate in our campaign, and thus be eligible to win a $20,000 prize!

To read more about How to Participate, please go here: http://worldpulse.com/campaigns/www/how-to-participate

To learn more about the campaign in general, check out this page: http://worldpulse.com/campaigns/www

Also, please add your cybercafe to our map of safe spaces for women to access the Internet: https://safespaces.crowdmap.com/

Welcome, again, and would love to have you submit to our campaign!

Leana Mayzlina Digital Action Campaigns Manager World Pulse