DIGITAL LITERACY FOR WOMEN, WEEK 4

Ifeyinwa Ezeagu
Posted August 29, 2016 from Nigeria
Digital Literacy for Women
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Hello Everyone,

Here's an update on the ongoing digital literacy for women, which has been on at Phelyn Skill Acquisition Center, PSAC, located at Plot 3b, Herbert Marcaulay, Wuse, Zone 5, Abuja, Nigeria.

It has been raining for days in Abuja, Saturday was not an exception. The rain affected the punctuality of the Trainees, but, we were able to upload our business fliers and did some other practices before our closing time.

I cant thank PSAC Team enough as they always provide us with light refreshments while we learn.

Below are clips from our Saturday class.

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Courtney Randolph
Aug 30, 2016
Aug 30, 2016

I am a woman in business and a personal brand development consultant... I would love to help by taking a look at all the business flyers of the women.

Ifeyinwa Ezeagu
Sep 20, 2016
Sep 20, 2016

Hi Pynk, thanks for indicating interest in helping out with the women flyers.

Though, the women are civil servants at the moment, but have interest in establishing business after their retirement.

Here's link to the flyers;

https://www.worldpulse.com/en/community/groups/intel-she-will-connect-pr....

Should you need more insight in accessing the flyers, please let me know.

Thanks,

Ifeyinwa.

Courtney Randolph
Sep 20, 2016
Sep 20, 2016

Peace!

I am trying to open the link but it will not open.

Can you email it to me at

[email protected]

This is such a wonderful time in the world where women are reaching out to other women; and sharing their wisdom, insight, and their love!

Excellent!

Dr. Olivia P. Friedman (Hons Causa) 

Of http://www.IBHSA.Org

and Seraphim International World Ministries

Ifeyinwa Ezeagu
Sep 20, 2016
Sep 20, 2016

Thanks for your contribution Dr. Olivia.

I believe we are left with know option than to be there for each other. We need strong supports, collaborations and partnerships to reach out to more women.

We have so many hidden talents in women. With so much love that is being shared, we can unlock more potentials in women.

Thanks,

Ifeyinwa.