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Fighting Cyber Crime

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of FIGHTING CYBER CRIME The communication comission of kenya has set up a computer incidents response team to counter the raising causes of cyber crime in the country.The team has coordinated the response to cyber security incidents and colaborate with relevant actors locally. This has come out with a positive impacts to many people as now they are able to get computer internet faster and as affordable prices.many people have also been able to secure job in the sectors i.e those who are installing internet dishes,those that works in cyber cafes and also teachers of computers to learners. Read more.
Related to project keywords: relevant, response, internet, country, team

Updating People On Hiv/aids

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Wakiso, Uganda
Map of Updating people on HIV/AIDS To ensure that people are always updated with relevant information about Aids and to help those who cannot reach Aids information centres, support AIDS and life SALT put specialized telephone helplines to enable pay pass through such lives without ever going to such centres like 031260777/031 260666. Read more.
Related to project keywords: relevant, support, lives, put, information

The Pastor And The Widow

By a female, 46-60 years old , in Busia, Kenya
Map of THE PASTOR AND THE WIDOW sometimes when we trust people turn out to be a big disappointment .this was made evident when certain US missionary visited a certain church in my community and while in this visit they noticed a certain widow who had seven children and was greatly in dire need these missionary took the responsibility to help the widow together the widow together with his children and so they decided that they shall be using the pastor's account to send money to in support of the widow and the children .Its true when they say that some people are actually wolves in a sheep disnise.the missionary while abroad sent ksh 70,000 per month in support of the widow and the children but something funny is that the pastor would just visit them and buy some biscuit and juice and then leave.when it was discovered the missionary stopped to sent the money through the pastors account but when the woman was asked who else they could use,she told them not to help her through any other person because the pastor was the only one she trusted but had disappointed her so the missionary opened an account for her and sent the money directly to her account and they have been great help to the widow and the children. Read more.
Related to project keywords: support, use, big, buy, month

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Islamabad, Punjab, Pakistan

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Faisal Chohan

Islamabad, Punjab Pakistan

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