Thalia Rahme · August, 2011

A Lebanese journalist who thanks to GV is discovering social media and technology tools little by little and falling in love it, esp when realizing the Miracles it can do, like in Rising Voices case:) Follow me @Thalloula or read me http://thaliarahme.arablog.org/

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Latest posts by Thalia Rahme from August, 2011

Ségou Villages: Praying for Rain

  31 August 2011

During the month of August, residents of the Ségou region in Mali suffered from a scarcity of rain. This had negative repercussions on their agricultural activities, threatening the entire season. All that was left to do was pray. Finally after a long wait, the rains arrived allowing residents to celebrate the end of Ramadan with peace of mind. Ségou Villages Connection project participants write about this difficult time.

Featured Blogger: Oumar Dembélé

  22 August 2011

Meet Oumar Dembélé, a primary schoolteacher in Cinzana-Gare, one of Ségou Region villages. Oumar is also one of the participants in the Rising Voices grantee project Ségou Villages Connection. In this email interview, Oumar shares the state of technology in Ségou, the needs to improve this situation, and his aspirations for the future.

Featured Blogger: Yaya Coulibaly

  11 August 2011

Yaya Coulibaly is an agronomist in Cinzana-Gare, a village located in the Ségou region. He is also a participant in the Rising Voices grantee project Ségou Villages Connection, where he has taken part in various citizen media trainings conducted, as a way to tell some of the stories of these rural communities despite many difficulties in regards to internet connectivity.