• femmes et les enfant des Bukavu, doit Sans amélioré pour vivre de leur condition de leur habitation • le mode d'habitation a bukavu, sont trepeut mais tous les monde s’occupe de leur affaire • la construction des maison se fassent plus belle dans les ville et loutre par • la route et bien construire et on continue a construire • l'électricité et l'eau dans certaine quartier et suffisante exp;luziba est quartien de bidonville . Bien sur les solutions existent et sont même multiples. D'abord les bidonvilles devrait figurer sur les plans d'urbanisme pour permettre une gestion cohérente et une meilleure intégration des quartiers informels dans la ville. Ensuite, des parcelles pourraient être créées pour recevoir ces populations ce qui éviterait les constructions désorganisées. De plus, au sein des bidonvilles les habitants pourraient se concerter pour travailler ensemble sur des projets concrets. Ce genre de démarche permettrait petit à petit d'améliorer les conditions sanitaires, les différents réseaux et de diminuer la pollution, véritable fléau et vecteur de maladie. , gens de trouver des fonds, gérer les déchets, ... Mais ce genre de démarche devrait à présent se généraliser. L'appui de la communauté internationale est aussi d'une grande importance car elle permet de réunir des fonds collossaux mais apporte aussi ses connaissances. Toutefois, la corruption qui sévit dans ces pays diminue considérablement l'apport financier. Les solutions pour la réhabilitation et l'assainissement des bidonvilles sont nombreuses. Mais ces projets sont coûteux et pas assez rentables. Il est en effet tellement plus lucratif de développer des projets d'ampleur visant à construire hôtels et centres commerciaux, constituant une véritable vitrine au monde extérieur, derrière laquelle se cache une pauvreté bien réelle. .le gouvernement les pouvoirs publics contribuent souvent a l'extension des bidonvilles en ne répondant tout simplement dépassées par la rapidités de l'urbanisation

English translation by community member PilarAlbisu

Living Conditions for Women and Children in Bukavu

-Women and children in Bukavu are victims of worsening living conditions -There are very little cohousing communities, but everyone is too busy with their own issues -Houses constructed in the cities are much nicer than those anywhere else -The roads are being built and they continue to expand -There is [not] enough electricity and water in some neighbourhoods

These neighbourhoods have become slums.

There are, of course, many solutions. First of all, the slums should be included in redevelopment plans to allow for a more consistent management and better integration of the city’s informal neighbourhoods. Next, parcels of land could be put aside for these populations, which would avoid disorganized construction. What’s more, in the slums, the inhabitants could plan and work together on concrete projects. This type of action could allow us to improve, little by little, the health conditions and the different networks, as well as to decrease pollution (a horrible carrier of disease), and to allow people to find their own land, mange the handling of waste, etc. But for now, we must work on spreading this type of approach. Support from the international community is also crucial because it would allow us to raise enormous funds, but the international community it would also help by offering knowledge. However, the corruption that lurks in this country noticeably reduces the financial support we are given.

There are numerous solutions for the rehabilitation and clean-up of the slums, but these projects are expensive and not profitable enough. In fact, it is so much more lucrative to develop large-scale projects aimed at the construction of hotels and shopping malls, which constitute a true window display for the outside world, but behind which hides very real poverty.

Quite simply, governments and the public authority often contribute to the expansion of the slums and do not respond to the issue.

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Merci pour le partager sœur, la condition de vie ne pas bonne, oh mon Dieu les maisons des personne sont comme de poubelle pour quoi ça Continue la lutte de changement ma sœur

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Living Conditions for Women and Children in Bukavu

-Women and children in Bukavu are victims of worsening living conditions -There are very little cohousing communities, but everyone is too busy with their own issues -Houses constructed in the cities are much nicer than those anywhere else -The roads are being built and they continue to expand -There is [not] enough electricity and water in some neighbourhoods

These neighbourhoods have become slums.

There are, of course, many solutions. First of all, the slums should be included in redevelopment plans to allow for a more consistent management and better integration of the city’s informal neighbourhoods. Next, parcels of land could be put aside for these populations, which would avoid disorganized construction. What’s more, in the slums, the inhabitants could plan and work together on concrete projects. This type of action could allow us to improve, little by little, the health conditions and the different networks, as well as to decrease pollution (a horrible carrier of disease), and to allow people to find their own land, mange the handling of waste, etc. But for now, we must work on spreading this type of approach. Support from the international community is also crucial because it would allow us to raise enormous funds, but the international community it would also help by offering knowledge. However, the corruption that lurks in this country noticeably reduces the financial support we are given.

There are numerous solutions for the rehabilitation and clean-up of the slums, but these projects are expensive and not profitable enough. In fact, it is so much more lucrative to develop large-scale projects aimed at the construction of hotels and shopping malls, which constitute a true window display for the outside world, but behind which hides very real poverty.

Quite simply, governments and the public authority often contribute to the expansion of the slums and do not respond to the issue.

Chère Josephine,

Avant tout, je veux vous remercier pour votre journal où vous nous racontez la situation affreuse dans les bidonvilles. Je ne savais pas que c’était si terrible. J’ai beaucoup aimé comment vous avez comparé les projets d’ampleur à une vitrine au monde. C’est vrai que beaucoup de fois, les gouvernements et les authorités préfèrent d’ignorer les problems qui se trouvent juste devant eux. Mais c’est grâce aux femmes comme vous qu’ils devront bientôt commencer à écouter!

Bien à vous! Pilar