For a computer scientist like me, the most striking technical aspect in Mali is the extensive use of the radio frequency spectrum as the main support for communication. This is visible in the number of local and regional radio stations and the size of their audiences, the fierce competition between the historical mobile telephone operator and the new private operator, and the number of Internet Service Providers sharing their satellite connections to broadband subscribers via radio local loops and microwave links.
— Marouen, Tunisia
I am a professional Spanish and Portuguese to English interpreter and translator. I am passionate about human rights, sustainable agriculture and how to properly support small scale farming, and generally working towards a better world for all. My other interests include languages, learning about other cultures, and growing my own vegetables.
— Sandra, United Kingdom
Born in Senegal, educated in Paris and worked as an mathematician engineer there for a while, before coming to geneva for professional opportunities in finance and banking.
— Seydina, Switzerland