La femmes est devenu un objet de guerre car chaque fois que la guerre surviennent les femmes subissent des violence

en toute formes :-des violence sexuelle,violence base sur les genre,violence domestique, et surtout des violences sexo-specifique nous disons nous les femmes non a la guerre a l'est du congo et non aux violence faite aux femmes et filles ici a l'est du congo pourquoi nous femmes nous souffrons de la manière suivante pourquoi être discriminer et traite comme suie nous cherchons la paix et non la guerre nous évitons les massacres les stigmatisations et les toute formes de violences faites aux femmes et filles de l'est du congo . Paix nous avons besoin de toi ,paix nous avons soif de toi ,paix nous tes cherchons beaucoup car c'est toi seul qui peu nous aident dans cette souffrance que nous avons ici a l'est du congo voici comment les m23 fait souffrir les femmes ici a l'est quand il arrive il piller des biens ils viol des femmes t filles ,ils fait des chose grave aux femmes et filles. Des chose grave la est devenu le fusil pour la guerre ,la femmes qui devrez être l es soutient du pays elle devenu l'objet pour la guerres nous vous sollicitons des nous soutenir dans la lutte contre tous ces violences que la femmes subissent ici a l'est du congo nous membres de l'association OSODI a travers mama shujaa nous vous disons merci de nous aident a faire expose a travers l'internet car sans vous nous ne devons rien nous vous serions reconnaissant et en particulier mois je dit vraiment merci que Dieu vous bénissent et vous guide dans vos travail.

English translation by community member Celya

Violence against women as an outcome of the war in Eastern Congo

Women have become objects of war because every time a war breaks out, women experience violence in all its forms: sexual, gender based violence, domestic violence, especially gender- specific violence. We say no to the war in Eastern Congo and no to violence against women and girls here in Eastern Congo. Why do we (women) have to suffer like this? Why do we get discriminated and treated like dirt, yet we seek peace not war? We want to stay away from stigma, massacres and all forms of violence against women and girls of the Eastern Congo. Peace we need you, peace come quench our thirst we have for you, peace we are very much looking for you because it is only with you that our sufferings will stop here in Eastern Congo. Here is how the M23 has brought pain here in the East: when they come, they loot and rape women and girls. They do horrible things to women and girls. Horrible things that have become a sort of weapon. Women, who would support their country, have become war objects. We are asking for your support in the fight against all forms of violence against women here in Eastern Congo. As members of the OSODI association, through Mama Shujaa, we would like to thank you for helping us expose, through the internet, what is happening. Without this, we can’t do anything, we are very grateful. Personally, I would like to really thank you. May God bless and guide you in your work.

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Violence against women as an outcome of the war in Eastern Congo

Women have become objects of war because every time a war breaks out, women experience violence in all its forms: sexual, gender based violence, domestic violence, especially gender- specific violence. We say no to the war in Eastern Congo and no to violence against women and girls here in Eastern Congo. Why do we (women) have to suffer like this? Why do we get discriminated and treated like dirt, yet we seek peace not war? We want to stay away from stigma, massacres and all forms of violence against women and girls of the Eastern Congo. Peace we need you, peace come quench our thirst we have for you, peace we are very much looking for you because it is only with you that our sufferings will stop here in Eastern Congo. Here is how the M23 has brought pain here in the East: when they come, they loot and rape women and girls. They do horrible things to women and girls. Horrible things that have become a sort of weapon. Women, who would support their country, have become war objects. We are asking for your support in the fight against all forms of violence against women here in Eastern Congo. As members of the OSODI association, through Mama Shujaa, we would like to thank you for helping us expose, through the internet, what is happening. Without this, we can’t do anything, we are very grateful. Personally, I would like to really thank you. May God bless and guide you in your work.

Cecile