Comme notre groupes defilles ambassadrice nous avion six moins de sensibilise les fille et les femme de MUMOSHO sur les resolution 1325et 1820 ce pour cette raison Nous avons quitté le Centre Maman shujaa à 8 H30’ vers MUMOSHO pour la deuxième fois , nous avons trouvé toutes les filles femmes attendaient notre arriver avec enthousiasme, l’accueil était chaleureux dans la salle de couture en haut. La coordinatrice de SAFECO avait demandé à l’auditoire de garder quelque minute de silence en présence de Dieu ; après demoiselle les filles ambassadrice ont monte le stratégie de bien connaitre le niveau d’étude de participants ce stratégies est de Passe le liste de présence que chacune écrire leurs non. D’abord mademoiselle Princesse MULUZINYERE avait pris la parole pour faire la présentation des filles ambassadrices et chaque fille ambassadrice pour la s’est présentée à tour de rôle. Après, était suivi de la liste de présence pour la catégorisation des niveaux des connaissances des femmes, filles et de là nous avons classé en trois classes dont classe 1 : alphabétisation littéraire dont les femmes, filles qui ne savent ni lire et écrire, la formatrice était Demoiselle Princesse MULUZINYERE.

Exemple écrire son Nom. Classe 2 : formation sur les résolutions 1325 et 1820 avec les femmes, filles qui savent lire et écrire, formatrice Demoiselle Brigitte MAUWA KUFIS. Classe 3 : formation sur les résolutions 1325 et 1820 avec les femmes, filles qui savent aussi lire et écrire ; formateur Pascal BYAMUNGU. La pose café des filles ambassadrices avant de passer sur scène et la coordinatrice de SAFECO animé l’assemblée avec la musique jusqu’à l’entrée sur scène des actrices. Notre théâtre avait pour titre : « LE MARIAGE PRECOCE ET RESOLUTIONS DES CONFLITS » notre théâtre montre comment les femmes participer a résolutions des conflits la première partie était de l’atelier sur le mariage précoce , c’est demoiselle Anuarite BASEDEKE qui avait enseigné sur le code de la famille avec les différents articles qui loi qui pinir les acteur de mariage précoce qui est considère comme une violence. Les participants avaient les questions de l’ignorance et demoiselle Anuarite BASEDEKE avait répondu en l’expliquant avec l’article sur le mariage précoce. Apres le théâtre continuer ce theatre base sur les deux familles vivent en conflits un jours garçon de l’un de ces deux fa mille prendre a mariage une petite fille de l’autre famille ce qui occasionne les désagrément entre ces deux familles. Après les deux femmes des ces familles se rencontre et prendre le décision de réunir leurs marie pour mettre fin des conflits de depuis longtemps.

English translation by community member SParker

LOCALISATION ON LITERACY

by Muhorakeye | September 16, 2014 at 4:49 AM

Our group of female ambassadors has six months to raise awareness among the women and girls of Mumosho about resolutions 1325 and 1820, and for this reason, we left the Maman Shujaa Centre at 8:30am for our second visit to Mumosho. We found that all the women and girls were awaiting our arrival enthusiastically and they welcomed us warmly in the sewing room upstairs. The SAFECO coordinator had asked the group to hold a few minutes silence in the presence of God. After this the female ambassadors explained how they were going to record the level of each of the participants. To do this they passed around a registration list for everyone to write down their names. Mlle Princesse Muluzinyere spoke first, presenting the female ambassadors as they introduced themselves in turn. Then the attendance list was used to divide up the group of women and girls into three groups depending on how much they already knew. Group 1: Literacy, for the women and girls who didn’t know how to read or write, their teacher was Mlle Princesse Muluzinyere. As an example, she wrote our her name. Class 2: Training on Resolutions 1325 and 1820, for the women and girls who knew how to read and write, they were taught by Mlle Brigitte Mauwa Kufis. Class 3: Training on Resolutions 1325 and 1820 with more women and girls who knew how to write, with Pascal Byamungu as their teacher. There was a coffee break for the female ambassadors before going on stage and the SAFECO coordinator entertained the group with music until the actresses came on stage. The name of our play was “Child marriage and conflict resolution” and it demonstrated how women can take part in conflict resolution. The first part was a workshop on child marriage. Mlle Anaurite Basedeke taught about family code of conduct and different articles of the law that punish people who commit underage marriage which is considered a form of assault. The participants has questions as they didn’t know about this subject and Mlle Anaurite Basedeke answered their questions, explaining the article of the law relating to underage marriage. After that, the next play we did was based on two families living in conflict, one day a boy from one of the families marries a young girl from the other family which creates a disagreement between the two families. Then one woman from each family meets the other one and they make the decision to get their husbands to meet so that they can put an end to the conflict once and for all.

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Chère Muhorakeye, Je vous remercie d’avoir partagé votre expérience très intéressant. Je suis ravie de voir que vous partagez votre connaissance avec des autres femmes et filles. J’aime beaucoup l’idée de utiliser le théâtre pour enseigner, et pour démontrer certains situations familiales. J’espère que les six mois que vous passez avec ce groupe de femmes et de filles soient très productifs et que vous continuez à éduquer non seulement les femmes à Mumosho mais ceux qui vous suivent sur internet aussi, avec ces écrits captivants! Sophie

merci de votre courage de lire mes journal et le travail que nous sommes d'entre de faire ici c'est tres important par ceque les femmes des nos communaute sont victime des beaucoups de chose il faut les aides merci et continuer de nous suivre avec les autre femme qui sont en ligne

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LOCALISATION ON LITERACY

by Muhorakeye | September 16, 2014 at 4:49 AM

Our group of female ambassadors has six months to raise awareness among the women and girls of Mumosho about resolutions 1325 and 1820, and for this reason, we left the Maman Shujaa Centre at 8:30am for our second visit to Mumosho. We found that all the women and girls were awaiting our arrival enthusiastically and they welcomed us warmly in the sewing room upstairs. The SAFECO coordinator had asked the group to hold a few minutes silence in the presence of God. After this the female ambassadors explained how they were going to record the level of each of the participants. To do this they passed around a registration list for everyone to write down their names. Mlle Princesse Muluzinyere spoke first, presenting the female ambassadors as they introduced themselves in turn. Then the attendance list was used to divide up the group of women and girls into three groups depending on how much they already knew. Group 1: Literacy, for the women and girls who didn’t know how to read or write, their teacher was Mlle Princesse Muluzinyere. As an example, she wrote our her name. Class 2: Training on Resolutions 1325 and 1820, for the women and girls who knew how to read and write, they were taught by Mlle Brigitte Mauwa Kufis. Class 3: Training on Resolutions 1325 and 1820 with more women and girls who knew how to write, with Pascal Byamungu as their teacher. There was a coffee break for the female ambassadors before going on stage and the SAFECO coordinator entertained the group with music until the actresses came on stage. The name of our play was “Child marriage and conflict resolution” and it demonstrated how women can take part in conflict resolution. The first part was a workshop on child marriage. Mlle Anaurite Basedeke taught about family code of conduct and different articles of the law that punish people who commit underage marriage which is considered a form of assault. The participants has questions as they didn’t know about this subject and Mlle Anaurite Basedeke answered their questions, explaining the article of the law relating to underage marriage. After that, the next play we did was based on two families living in conflict, one day a boy from one of the families marries a young girl from the other family which creates a disagreement between the two families. Then one woman from each family meets the other one and they make the decision to get their husbands to meet so that they can put an end to the conflict once and for all.