Women as clients of the CLICs in Mali
Mme Kinta Badji Maharafa at the Djenné CLIC, February 25, 2005
Mme Kinta Badji Maharafa at the Djenné CLIC, February 25, 2005
Mrs. Kinta Badji Maharafa at the Djenné CLIC. Mrs. Maharafa works as a consultant for a French organization called Association Ille-Et- Villaine/Mopti. She has a computer at home but comes to the CLIC for the Internet connection. "There are not enough women coming the CLIC," Mrs. Maharafa says. "We can't move forward without the women.”

Mme Kinta Badji Maharafa vient au CLIC de Djenné pour la connexion à l’Internet. Mme Maharafa travaille comme consultant pour l’ Association Ille- et-Villaine/Mopti. Elle a déjà un ordinateur chez elle mais elle vient au CLIC pour communiquer par email. «Il n’ y a pas assez de femmes qui viennent au CLIC », Mme Maharafa dit. «Nous ne pouvons pas aller de l’avant sans les femmes.»
Mali CLICs- Establishing Community Learning & Information Centers in Underserved Malian Communities dot-ORG has established 13 Community Learning and Information Centers (CLICs) across Mali, offering a range of fee-for-use services including Internet access, development-oriented information, e-mail accounts, training in computer and Internet use and applications, desktop publishing, ICT services for local entrepreneurs and customized locally development content.

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