Salut mes dames et bonsoir je suis ravi de vous voir sous commentaire et vos réactions vis à vis à nos pauvres idées concernant la femme.
Ici au Congo les filles les femmes souffre beaucoup, plus que beaucoup puisque ici pour avoir du boulot il faut que tu sois une femme ton chef, si pas cela tu es refuse et surtout que tu sois belle, tu es a porte de tout le monde tout chefs jouerons avec vous.
Les filles aussi pour réussir il faut être une conjointe a un professeur de son établissement voir même les chefs de leur établissement.
Comment moi je trouverais un emploi pour survivre ma famille, comment retrouve le bonheur d, étudié sans emploi?. J’ai vraiment un souci a cause de chaumage.

English translation by PulseWire member MsCadet

Hello ladies and good evening. I am delighted to see you by your comments and feedback towards our poor ideas about being a woman. Here, in Congo, the girls, women suffer a lot, even more so because to obtain a job here, you must become a woman of a chief. If not, you are refused and especially, if you are beautiful you are considered a door to be passed through by everyone and all chiefs will want to play with you. To succeed, girls must get involved with the professor of the establishment and even see the chiefs of their establishment. How will I find a job so that my family can survive? How can I find joy in studying without employment? I am really worried because of the state of unemployment.

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Hello ladies and good evening. I am delighted to see you by your comments and feedback towards our poor ideas about being a woman. Here, in Congo, the girls, women suffer a lot, even more so because to obtain a job here, you must become a woman of a chief. If not, you are refused and especially, if you are beautiful you are considered a door to be passed through by everyone and all chiefs will want to play with you. To succeed, girls must get involved with the professor of the establishment and even see the chiefs of their establishment. How will I find a job so that my family can survive? How can I find joy in studying without employment? I am really worried because of the state of unemployment.

Hi Adele, Thank you for sharing your story! I think you are so amazing for coming here to talk about the problems in the Congo and your fears about the future. This is a problem that many women around the world can understand. Women have always suffered to find work. But in some places, that has changed slowly because of women just like you who saw the problem in their country and started to demand change. Just by sharing your story here, you are making a difference. Please keep us updated on your job search.

Love, Arden

Hi Adele,

Yours is a very powerful story. And unfortunately, one that too many women share. Like Arden said, there is hope because of women like you who are strong enough to speak out. Seeing the problem is a most important step towards creating a better world for women. I admire your courage. I think that courage will also help you as you look for work.

All the best, Caroline