This week on The Sound Kitchen, you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about Aswat Nissa in Tunisia. There’s an invitation to "disconnect" from the digital world, some great music, and of course … the quiz. Just click on the arrow in the photo and enjoy!
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This week’s quiz: On 3 December, I asked you a question about a Tunisian organization called Aswat Nissa, which you heard on our 25 November International Report. Aswat Nissa trains women in political skills – debating, writing budgets, how to canvass for votes – through a series of year-long, once a month workshops. In the report, journalist Don Duncan tells us how many women are enrolled in this year’s workshops, and that was the question: how many women are enrolled in this year’s Aswat Nissa workshops in Tunis?
The answer is: 40. There are 40 women currently training at Aswat Nissa.
The winners are: Shahzad Shabbir, the president of the RFI Pak France International Listeners Club in Sahiwal, Pakistan, and RFI Listeners Club members Ralf Urbanczyk from Eisleben, Germany, and P Sivashanmugham from Chennai, India. From Dhaka, Bangladesh, Mofizur Rahman Lalin is on the list of lucky winners this week, as is Sanusi Isah Dankaba from Keffi in Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
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