Rural women in Limpopo which is found in South Africa find it easier for them have access to Information and Communicatio Technology (ICT) through using Telecentre services.
The women of Nakawa, Kampala-Uganda lack skills to access and share handy information and are therefore unable to enjoy the benefits of the power of information and other social media.
In April 2013, I traveled to Haiti to continue expansion of the High Hopes Haiti (HHH) project through US-headquartered nonprofit Mothering Across Continents.
My name is Sahaletou Marie YELEBO, I am 27 years old and I live in Kara, a town in northern Togo. I am in charge of the CHW (Community Health Workers) program in an NGO named AED- Lidaw.
Between 2008 and 2012 a group of teenagers, led by women, decided to tell his true reality and your community through the use of digital tools.
As a male ally, my focus is on what I refer to as Phase 4 of Women Weave the Web: ‘Amplifying Influence’.
On 24th June 2014 at 9.30pm, a young woman (whom I will call Chandini to protect her identity) was asked to pay Rs.150 by an auto rickshaw driver for a journey of approximately 2 kilometers in Bangalo
Who would have guessed, that the world-wide-web would make it possible to empower a little extremely poor girl in Rampal, a remote corner of Bangladesh?
I want the world to be a place with more love, abundance and compassion -- for all peoples, all animals and for the earth itself.