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On July 31, 2014, the elders of Ethur in Abim district, Northern Uganda imposed 6-months alcohol
Successful Ugandan Tailor Helps Mend the Fabric of Her Torn Country by Susan Skog As originally published on the A Path Appears blog http://apathappears.org/blog/
The Internet has opened up new opportunities for me and, as I said in my previous story, I have learnt a lot online.
“We have provided our teens with a high tech world of endless connectivity-We must also insure for them the ingredients of privacy, balance, space and time to make it safe as well as vital” Suza
My experience in enriching my work via connection on the internet motivated me to think beyond myself and explore how other women can too benefit.
In my previous story I talked about the challenges that women face in having access to the Internet.
This was a statement issued by Feminists in Uganda on 19 May 2014
In developing nations the challenges to women logging on are the three A’s - access, availability and affordability.
New social media refers to digital technologies that are both collaborative and dynamic, allowing users to access and direct information to others over the internet or through mobile devices.