Abidjan (Ivory Coast) On 11 October 2020, day of the Beatification of Carlos Acutis, the web enthusiast young, the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians of the West Africa Province, Mother of God (AFO) launched the new Province website www.afofma.org.
With keywords and images, the Home page presents the identity of the FMA, the organization and coordination of the AFO Province, the areas and associations present. In the body of the site there are the areas of educational commitment and some statistical data on the presence of the FMA in Africa. The Blog reports the news, the challenges of the world, some elements of the Magisterium of Pope Francis, and the projects underway in the Province, with the possibility of supporting them.
In addition to the links of the social channels, which open to the various communication possibilities of the network and facilitate rapid updating, the site hosts the links of two other sites, created by the FMA to promote young people and facilitate their entry into the world of work.
jobs.afofma.org is a search and job offer site for all young people, especially those coming from the FMA Professional Formation Centers in West Africa (Benin, Burkina-Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali, and Togo). The site acts as a mediator between the various users, offering a space on the web for young people looking for work and for companies and individuals who want to offer job opportunities. Users can register and create an account to access the personal area in which to enter information for the search or job offer.
annonces.afofma.org is a site aimed at the exchange, purchase, and sale of goods, items or services between individuals – including young people – and the publication of events. By creating a personal account, professionals and individuals can place their ads and give visibility to their activities. All announcements are visible on a virtual bulletin board.
Through these communication tools, the FMA of the AFO Province give visibility to their commitment to integral education and the formation of young people, so that they may be “good Christians and honest citizens” in the world.