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Empowering Change: Caitlin Cohen of the Sigida Keneyali Project

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Caitlin Cohen of the Sigida Keneyali Project. In December I wrote a book review of Monique and the Mango Rains , the story of a Peace Corps worker's two years working with a midwife in Mali. Below is an e-interview with another woman making a difference in Mali, Caitlin Cohen, one of two US coordinators of the Sigida Keneyali Project. What is the Sigida Keneyali Project? Sigida Keneyali means “Health in Our Homes” in Bambara, the most common language in Mali.

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The Digital Divide Doesn't Exist

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Given the difficulty in unpacking all of the socio-economic, cultural, political, educational, and other mutually-reinforcing components of digital inequality, simple metaphors can't carry the weight. Mohammed Diop, of Mali , presumably one of the very people OLPC wants to convince: "It is a very clever marketing tool. Brett Meyer, NTEN. The digital divide doesn't exist.