English translation by community member Anna L.
On many streets in Bukavu, women and children are in charge of getting water. They must get up very early, especially during the dry season, as early as 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. They travel several kilometers from their homes to get water, working for the good of their families, unaware of the various dangers such as physical threats and so on. What will their husbands say if these women are raped, attacked, or even killed some day? And their children? And aside from this chore, they have to take care of the children, the housework, etc. A woman should feel loved and helped by her man who is at once father, husband, and companion . . .