In 2020, the pandemic made situations worse for women. There was a halt in whatever progress and development we pursued. There were many setbacks to mention, but those who rose up to the challenge overcome with technology on her side. We all celebrate what one woman can do, but when we arm women with technology, she wins ever more!
Mae Ann Keske, World Pulse Ambassador and World Pulse Philippines Content Manager, manages a YouTube channel with around 1,500 subscribers.
In fact, Filipino YouTubers are getting monetized on YouTube using the Bayanihan (Solidarity) culture. This is what Mae Ann is willing to share with every woman who want to start a YouTube channel or grow their YouTube channel.
She and I talked about how successful content creators became wealthy through YouTube. They were able to buy their own houses, provide for their families, and even donate to their causes. On the other hand, we read on World Pulse how many women suffer in poverty or difficulty in accessing funding for their advocacy. So the idea was born: to help at least 1,000 women to get monetized on YouTube.
It means help at least 1,000 women fund their own advocacies, provide for their families, and live the quality of life they deserve.
This is an invitation. If you want to start a YouTube channel but don't know where to start; if you have an existing channel and want to know how to get monetized on Youtube; or if you are entertaining the idea of starting a YouTube channel, please join us on March 16, 2PM UTC.
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Women video content creators need to rise up so they can produce alternative choices for women and young girls to watch online. When we catch their attention, let's bring them to World Pulse.