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Any person from africa who was committed enough to finish the game!!! would like to know you.

It sure has been tricky for me to read all blogs but the few that i have read i have been very fascinated by them. My problem is that i can not really relate much to those stories because i come from a developing country . I am really interested in getting to know any one from the agents wh ois from a developing country and has adressed this issues. I would really like us to share our  ideas . You never know maybe change in our countries might just start with us.Maybe what we needed was just a platform like EVOKE for us to meet then the rest should be for us to do.
What do you guys think.
To all those who are in the developed countries i would also like to get your thoughts.
Cheers,
Diana

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i'm not african but i am presently in africa
i am from a developing country, india
i completed...
and i already know you in a sense
i read some of your blogs but mainly i remember you by your symbol that has now become your profile
Perfect i would especially want to know your thoughts or your experience in the ICT world in RURAL INDIA
i'm from urban india
rural india is more into tv and mobile phones
ict?
well yes it's coming in
why though?
Am African. But came to Europe two years ago. I have lived in Africa almost all my life. I saw those children from Nigeria learning in classroom without chair or desk and realised that, that was how I went to primary school.
I signed in to EVOKE three weeks ago. It was an actual episode of a crash course.
Hi everybbody, what have you been up to. Am sorry ive been away for a very long time because i have been having exams i have some to go next week. Suprise suprise is anyone goingfor the world cup. I am we could meet there .Please tell me maybe we could meet.
Good day Diana Kolek. Congratulation for being chosen amongst the best 25 EVOKATIONS. I wish to ask you whether you have received your certificate already. I haven't received mine yet.Thanks.

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