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  • The population in Congo is 80 million people and only 3% are connected on internet.

  • And those percent they are men.

  • In 2012 I bought 25 computers - that was beginning for Maman Shujaa Center.

  • Why I do my center is to help women to know what does the world look like.

  • When women come first time to center, they come with questions.

  • Let's get all of these women access to information.

  • We use Google, they can open application, travel around the world.

  • I want to give those kids education, to give these people hope, to give these people life.

  • I'm not going to change the whole world, but what I'm doing is to focus on my village, on my community.

  • My mother she take me at (to) school on back.

  • She didn't know how to read.

  • She fight for me to get education.

  • When I pass away people will say "I have my education, I have my degree because I get help from Neema."

  • That is my dream.

  • (Neema's center has helped over 5,000 Congolese women find answers and develop new skills.)

  • (To everyone building new paths to opportunity)

  • (Search on.)

The population in Congo is 80 million people and only 3% are connected on internet.

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How a Congolese activist uses Google Search to help women find answers and opportunity

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/14
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