NE China Women's Federation Advocates Using Internet and New Media for Better Services

September 23, 2016
Editor: Jane Wang

Attendees at the training session. [Women Voice]

 

The women's federation in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province held a training session about the Internet and new media on September 7-11 in the capital city of Harbin.

Around 64 presidents from grassroots women's federations across the province, along with more than 400 outstanding basic staff members, took part in the training.  

According to organizers, the training event aimed to help the attendees strengthen their competence and skills in the utilization of the Internet and new media so as to improve their services for local women and children.

Meanwhile, they also invited experts to give lectures on the definition of new media, the status of development and the advantages of using such a new and advanced technological tool.

At the event, experts actively answered participants' questions upon finishing their lectures. After learning about the All-China Women's Federation's two official apps (including Women Voice), president of Fuyuan Women's Federation said that they would be a much more convenient way for her federation to get the latest information and work deployment about ACWF.

In addition, Heilongjiang Women's Federation has also carried out other events to enhance women's ability to use a computer at the beginning of this year. So far, multiple women have acquired good skills using a computer, playing their part in leading other women to study hard in this aspect.

 

Liu Muzhong, president of Heilongjiang Women's Federation visits workers who are working on a computer. [Women Voice]

Attendees at the training session. [Women Voice]

Female participants take a selfie at the event. [Women Voice]

Staff members from grassroots women's federations in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province use computers at their workplace. [Women Voice]

 

(Source: Women Voice/Translated and edited by Women of China)

 

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