Supervising corrections on computer
Translation of a report sent in French
The Multimedia Center of Houndé (CMH) hosted on 21 and 22 June 2019 a training of nine young women from Houndé, Karaba, Dohoun and Boni to computers. They had benefited from an earlier training during the month of May 2019. A month later, they all responded to the call to come to deepen their knowledge of these tools. The first day of June 21, 2019 as soon as they arrive in the morning, some were quickly put to the test by turning on the computer and began to practice typing. We observed during this beginning of the day exercises to enter a text with the application of the various elements (selected, put in bold, save, change the size and font of the text). In the afternoon, they were trained on the alignment of text, spacing, special characters and symbols and how to draw a table. The second day the girls each wrote a text from a book called: The activities of a good student. We made corrections and compilations of the texts and each entered a paragraph of the text on Word by applying the rules. It was a good typing exercise for them. It should be noted that at the beginning, most girls typed with one finger; but by dint of recalling them, we noticed the second day that they apply the typing of both hands with ease. They found that it is much faster. The rest of the second day saw the visit of the children's library in Houndé. They were welcomed by the manager. After the greetings and presentation, the manager invited them to visit the library. She presented her library and explained how it works. She invited the girls to read. She read aloud a book Afi and asked the girls to discuss. It was also an opportunity for the girls to visit the library's computer training room. They asked questions about how the library works. It should be noted that the librarian is an open, smiling and very welcoming manager. Back from the library, after lunch, we worked on the borders of pages and texts. And on each exercise for a few minutes. We finished the day with counseling. We encouraged them to continue learning the tool and to reassure them that the doors of the center are open for those who will be in Houndé and wish to practice. It is in this friendly atmosphere that we separated from the participants. It should be noted that these nine young women now master these basic elements of the computer tool. They can assist where needed.
The young women trained in the session
Working on a text
Visiting the library of Hounde
Visiting the library of Hounde 2