The Internet has streamlined the world village to a mere community, a man's world where women can also be heard and gain from it.
I am a young Nigerian graduate. I had no job and no source of income even after marriage until I browsed my way through gaining the knowledge of web design and blogging. I learnt yo design web sites, blogs and I even air my views as an doing now and thanks to the internet. There are some of us women who wise to be heard when they have relevant things to say now the internet is the platform yo be heard and hear others, know what is happening in the world and things that are obtainable for us women. I am happy because its no longer dark out there and not much mistakes are made these days. We see, hear, and say the truth even when you don't want to be seen.
I love the web, its really a platform where women can have and be what they want to be and still be original which is one of the values of women that was taken away from us, originally, is what the internet has helped me to gain back and manymany other women has as well and I love the internet for that and many more opportunities are yet to be achieved through the web.
The web has brought us all women together to speak and be heard, let's stay together and achieve more than just been heard. I love the web.

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Welcome aboard for the online platform to exchanging ideas, encouraging, building and connecting women around the world! You may have gone through some darkness but you took the right step toward the light where "There are some of us women who wise to be heard when they have relevant things to say now the internet is the platform yo be heard and hear others, know what is happening in the world and things that are obtainable for us women." It is YOU who is going to be the positive impact of the world because you are searching.

As you search for it, it will be given. I encourage you continue to do so by posting your thoughts and reading articles of others.

Again, thank you for taking the initiative for the FIRST and RIGHT step!

Hideko N. CEO/Founder SWACIN Inc.

You did great not to have allowed the lack of job opportunities in Nigeria to hold you down. so glad to hear about your success story of picking up web design and blogging skills which have improved your lot. I hope more women can read your story and gain insight and inspiration. Please permit me to echo your words- "I love the web!!!"

Best wishes, Greengirl

You have surely done well. The fact that you did not sit down and feel sorry for your self because you had no job and yet you are a graduate a big step towards success and prosperity. Continue to have your voice heard and this will inspire many girls and women out there. Good work.

Mrs. Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi Head of Legal and Advocacy Centre for Batwa Minorities a.kiddu@gmail.com cfmlegal@gmail.com Skype: mrs_muhanguzi

Hello,

I am glad to see that you feel that you have taken a step out of the darkness and into the light. You have accomplished quite a bit by learning how to design websites and publish blogs. I hope you continue to love the web and please continue posting your thoughts and feelings.

Kristina

"Let's stay together and achieve more than just been heard". I've just loved this line. Thank you so much for your inspiring post! I also celebrate your spirit in the constant search for a voice on its own, and the actions you've taken to put that voice into action. Stay strong!

@SanPatagonia

Be a voice, tell a story, start the fire.

Sé una voz, cuenta una historia, enciende el fuego.