Orzqyat El Sa'aieed's team carried out the second workshop for the same group of girls from Banat El Reef Association in El Dawadiya Village for 3 days from 5_7 May 2011, another laptop, and internet connection flashes were provided.
The ladies were trained on how to launch their own blog, sign in, posting on it and uploading pictures for their posts, and here some of the training pictures
Training Dawadia ladies on blogging
Also they took some instructions on how to transfer the pictures and videos from the camera to the lab top, and how to create folders and transfer or copy their data, how to create word document .
And the surprise was the pictures that girls took it through the period between the first and the second workshop , some girls and some of their friends took it , they are fabulous , you can see them here
As usual the girls issued very strong topics and express very truly feelings, they wrote about gas prices after the revolution in this posts, another one by Heba addressing the lack of healthcare system the post title is The Deteriorating Health Care
All of the girls were taking by the revolution and they start ask about it and chose to write about it that’s why we make a post “trialed one” titled “ girls and the revolution” some of them wrote their feelings about the revolution.
During the trip, we made a short round in the village and some women were interviewed with participating from Orzaqyat program trainees during the interviews by taking pictures, asking questions or writing posts and uploading them on the blog.
Here some of the interviews , as we ask Daweddya women about the role of woman after the revolution and how they see the political participation of women:
Try Women and watch what they can do
Samar and political talks
Orzyat's team produced two manual. The first one is about photography and how to use the camera. The second is about blogging, how to create the blog and how to publish posts through it, here the link for the blogining manual
Please Note:this report was written by Dina Elmagrabi a member of the project's team in New Women foundation
blog posts translated:by Ereany Zarif - a volunteer in New Women Foundation