Appropriation of digital technology useful for reducing the burden on women, according to an ISPT teacher


Kinshasa, April 31, 2021 (CPA).– Ms. Mavumba Nduli, head of work at the Higher Pedagogical and Technical Institute (ISPT) of Gombe municipality, said on Wednesday the need for it to appropriate the digital technology to see certain tasks lightened, during a conference on “the impact of digital technology in professional life”, hosted as part of the closing of 2021 edition in March dedicated to women. « Digital technology facilitates access to information and data useful for the materialization of certain objectives, particularly in the domestic, economic and scientific fields », she said, before illustrating her arguments with the facilitation of get food from a feed from the phone.

This also applies to the placing of orders and the delivery of goods for economic operators, research for students and researchers with the advantage of being at a lower cost, without spending enough physical energy.

Ms. Mavumba also suggested to the leaders of the Ministries in charge of Gender and Social Affairs, lessons to be programmed through learning followed by the implementation of digital technology, an increased popularization campaign to popularize this communication tool, especially by this time of COVID-19 often requiring containment.

Proposal for a campaign to popularize barrier gestures

Faced with the trivialization of barrier gestures to date, Ms. Mavumba suggested to the country’s decision-makers to program a campaign to popularize barrier gestures through digital technology, recommending that it be articulated in two phases.

It is firstly, the illustration of the damage of the coronavirus pandemic in certain countries at these precise times followed in the second phase, of the demonstration to the Congolese populations as a whole, on the possibility of the transposition of devastation of Covid-19 at home. Hence the obligation to respect and practice all preventive means, including the vaccine advocated by the World Health Organization (WHO).

To this end, she indicated the value of making women aware, as a priority, of their importance in social life, training them in digital technology so that they can use it to educate their loved ones about the dangers of the coronavirus even the resulting poverty in view of the paralysis of the economy which is its corollary.

Lastly, the project manager praised the efforts made by her peers in different areas of life to shape, in connection with the theme of JIF/2021, the resistance to the pandemic of the century and to rebuild a new image of prudential life in this time of COVID-19. ACP/