les mamans subis beaucoup surtout ici dans notre province Sud-Kivu .la majorité des mamans du Sud-Kivu qui sont a la charge de leurs famille . la maman quitte le matin a la maison pour aller transporte les fagot dans les grandes marche pour voir comment les enfants peuvent avoir a vivre . sans que la maman ne fournis pas l `effort les enfants ne peuvent pas grandir. donc les femmes du Sud-Kivu sont considéré comme des veuve et pourtant leurs maris sont vivat . les maris passent toute la journée entre de vagabonde dans les quartiers. nous déclarons au gouvernement r.d.c que nos mari puissent avoir une activité qui peuvent aide la famille .notre pays Congo est riche .
madame hamisi

English translation by PulseWire member Sarah Noyce

Mothers are suffering in our country, the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mothers suffer a lot, especially here in our province, Sud-Kivu. The majority of mums do everything for their family. The mum leaves the house in the morning to go carry bundles around in the big markets trying to find something for her children to have to eat in order to live. Without the mother’s effort in trying to provide for her children, her children cannot grow. Therefore, the mums in Sud-Kidu seem like widows, when actually their husbands are alive. The husbands spend the whole day wandering around the inner city. We declare to the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo that our husbands could have an activity which could help the family. Congo, our country, is rich.

Madame Hamisi

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Tu as raison. RDC est très riche, et une source majeure de cette richesse est des femmes non-rémunéré. Je suis impatient de voir les choses changer pour vous et vos sœurs. Merci pour ce partage.

Translated by Google Translate, original English below:

You're so right. DRC is very rich, and a major source of this wealth is the women's un-paid work. I look forward to seeing things change for you and your sisters. Thank you for sharing this.

Scott Beck

Bonjour Hamisi,

C'est un plaisir de vous lire encore sur world pulse. Je suis d'accord, et je trouve aussi que le sujet duquel vous avez écrit est très important.

Sarah

Mothers are suffering in our country, the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mothers suffer a lot, especially here in our province, Sud-Kivu. The majority of mums do everything for their family. The mum leaves the house in the morning to go carry bundles around in the big markets trying to find something for her children to have to eat in order to live. Without the mother’s effort in trying to provide for her children, her children cannot grow. Therefore, the mums in Sud-Kidu seem like widows, when actually their husbands are alive. The husbands spend the whole day wandering around the inner city. We declare to the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo that our husbands could have an activity which could help the family. Congo, our country, is rich.

Madame Hamisi

Ma soeur c'est notre questions de chaque jour comment notre pays Le Grand Congo est riche et la Populations est pauvre? C'est pourquoi nous avons le devoir de se posent aux tant des questions sur notre pays et notre avenir. Merci pour partager avec nous votre reflections. En solidarite avec toute les Femmes du monde entier. See you online. Neema.

Madame Hamisi, thank you for sharing this story. While I would have loved to hear in more detail what you or your sisters are actually going through on a day to day basis, the stark simplicity of your message is undeniable. Congo is a rich country, and it is about time the natives benefited from it.

Thank you, and keep sharing.

You are an inspiration. Your words tell a lot of the suffering of women. I do believe the Congo is rich because of people like you. Thank you for sharing and keep writing!

Dannielle "Live the life you have always imagined."

Vous avez raison. Merci beaucoup pour le partage. Cette information permettra d'améliorer les conditions des femmes. Merci beaucoup pour cette histoire

It is so sad to hear about that! what strategies have women/ human rights organizations put in place to help address this situation? Sensitizing men for instance about their roles would be a very good one. Also, pushing for laws that hold men accountable is another good strategy otherwise women will continue suffering.

Sandra