Computer has supported me on my International Visits

Anjana Bisenkhe is a central committee member of and former interim lawmaker of People’s Front Nepal. She started her political career in the year 20…….being actively involved in student movements. She was actively involved in people’s movement 1990 and played a significant role in second people’s movement 2006. 

When she involved in the training programs provided by Jagaran Nepal for women political leaders on English language and computer, she feels that her self-confidence has been enhanced. “Due to the trainings of Jagaran Nepal, my computer and English language skills have been sharpened”, she shares. 
 
“During the course period of Jagaran Nepal trainings, I got opportunity to visit Lakhanau, India for women related seminar. I had to present a paper for the seminar in English but my write up was in Nepali. Thus, I hurriedly contact my friend of America through email for her help in translating the text. I attached a Nepali version file and send it to the friend through email. She replied me the email with English version text on next day. I felt relax and present the paper in English. That is my incident which I never forget and at that time I remembered about the initiation taken by Jagaran Nepal for women political leaders. Through Jagaran Nepal support I handled the case of computer and English language in Lakhanau, which is truly inspiring. The computer skill has supported me on my any international visits”, she shares with smile. “There I talked with the representatives of South Asian Countries in English. What I felt that English can be spoken if you don’t hesitate to speak”, she justifies. 
 
“Similarly, I am used to with computer these days and I usually spend my 1-2 hours with computer daily. I browse the appropriate sites, search and save the needed stuffs, and print it seeing its necessity. This quality of surfing net is because of the training of Jagaran Nepal and for that I truly thankful to Jagaran Nepal’s contribution in building capacity of women political leaders”, she concludes.