OKOCHA NKEM

Joined Feb 2014
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About Me

I am a Social Entrepreneur.

I am the founder Mamamoni a Social Enterprise that empowers women with vocational skills, makes them banked and provides access to finance.

I am passionate about, women empowerment, youth development and entrepreneurship.

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. Women Empowerment, Entrepreneurship,surfing the internet for information, writting, and reading business, motivational, success and inspirational books Getting funds to empower more women Customer service, Mobile money, Banking,Blogging,Social Media,Motivation.

My Vision

To lead an organization that is at the fore front in empowering women with liveliood skills and access capital to sustain or start their own businesses.

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OKOCHA NKEM loved NIGERIA: I Was Fired for Being Pregnant Feb 23, 2017 OKOCHA NKEM commented on "He is DEAD" Jun 16, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Empowering low-income women (NEED YOUR VOTES) Jun 13, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on The Comic Relief invites proposals for its Gang in Girls Initiative Jun 09, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Transforming Communities through the economic empowerment of low-income women Jun 05, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on World Pulse Storms Lagos: My First Spectacular Encounter May 25, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Reporting Grants for Women’s Stories May 07, 2016 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Meet Your World Pulse Mentors Aug 02, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Short Term Loans; Long Term Solutions Aug 02, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Breaking Barriers to Finance May 21, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Accessing Funds: One Step At A Time Mar 28, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on How my boys support's me. Mar 25, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Empowering women by providing access to finance through mobile phones Mar 23, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Empowering women by providing access to finance through mobile phones Mar 22, 2015 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Introducing myself and my journal: The World needs to Change Dec 20, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Announcing Our Prize Winners! Dec 20, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on I and My dreams Getting Wings to Fly : Empowered Myself Now Empowering Others Dec 10, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on The Rescue Women's Girls Scholarship goes real and is making news Sep 06, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on THE INTERNET MY GATEWAY TO A WORLD FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES Jul 31, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Empowering women to access the internet part 2 May 18, 2014 OKOCHA NKEM commented on Introducing myself and my journal May 06, 2014