Ici à l'Est de la RDC, il y a une autre violence faite aux filles et femmes qui est en cachette de façon que si on prononce ceux le font on peut même te tuer ou te faire disparaitre car c'est sont les gens qui sont connus par le monde entier.

Une fille est allée demandé du travail, on l'a donnée le travail de la cuisine et a raconté les autres qui faisaient aussi le ménage, la propreté du court etc... A sa surprise on l'a dit que là tu ne peut pas faire 1 mois sans avoir un homme à ton coté. Elle croyait que c'est de la blague, un dernière énergie; qui la sauvera? Personne. Quand il a terminé il l'a donné 600$ au lieu de 300$ de salaire du mois et a dit à la fille si je l'append à quelqu'un je vais faire tout pour qu'on te fait disparaitre. 1, 2, 3, ...12 mois passés elle a raconté ça à son collègue de travail, qui va la dire que c'est ça le rythme de nous toute chaque jour et ces gens là prennent le médicaments qui leur donnent la force de l'acte sexuel de 2 heures! On ne sais pas s'il ne faut pas demander du travail aux hommes ou quoi faire. Si notre communauté de WORLD PULSE peut chercher une autre solution de créer des travaux pour femmes!

Je devrai préciser ces gens là mais j'ai peur car ici précisément à Bukavu et à l’intérieur c'est grave! On a trop à dire mais nous manquons des ordinateurs qui sont connecté sinon on devrait écrire même dans la maison pendant la nuit on a trop d'idées

Merci beaucoup mes amies.

English translation by PulseWire member ngalula

Other Violence Against Girls and Married Women

Here in eastern DRC, there is another violence against girls and women which is secret. So that if you pronounce it they can even kill you or make you disappear because it is the people who are known by the world. A girl went to apply for work, she was given the job in the kitchen and told others who were also to the household job cleanliness etc ...

To her surprise it was said that there you cannot do one month without having a man at your side. She thought it was a joke, another effort. Who’s going to save her? No one. When she finished [the owner] he gave $ 600 instead of $ 300 salary for the month and told the girl if she said it to someone he would have done everything to make her disappear. 1, 2, 3, ... 12 months she told it to his colleague, who is going to say it's the rhythm of us all every day and these people take drugs that give them strength for the sexual act for more than 2 hours! We do not know if we should not ask men to work or what to do. If only our community WORLD PULSE can find another solution to create jobs for women!

I would specify these people but I'm afraid because here in Bukavu and precisely within this is serious! It was too much to say but we lack the computers that are connected otherwise you should write in the same house at night since there are too many ideas.

Thank you very much my friends.

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Here in eastern DRC, there is another violence against girls and women which is secret. So that if you pronounce it they can even kill you or make you disappear because it is the people who are known by the world. A girl went to apply for work, she was given the job in the kitchen and told others who were also to the household job cleanliness etc ...

To her surprise it was said that there you cannot do one month without having a man at your side. She thought it was a joke, another effort. Who’s going to save her? No one. When she finished [the owner] he gave $ 600 instead of $ 300 salary for the month and told the girl if she said it to someone he would have done everything to make her disappear. 1, 2, 3, ... 12 months she told it to his colleague, who is going to say it's the rhythm of us all every day and these people take drugs that give them strength for the sexual act for more than 2 hours! We do not know if we should not ask men to work or what to do. If only our community WORLD PULSE can find another solution to create jobs for women!

I would specify these people but I'm afraid because here in Bukavu and precisely within this is serious! It was too much to say but we lack the computers that are connected otherwise you should write in the same house at night since there are too many ideas.

Thank you very much my friends.

Dear Mumbalina, Thank you for sharing this story. You sound very worried about the situation for girls and women in your community and it is absolutely understandable. The situation you write about is terrifying. Can you write some more? It would be great to get to know your situation better. Thank you very much! You are in my thoughts! Katharina

Dear Mambalima, Can yo please provide more information regarding this situation in your country. You do not have to put names but just give us some more information so that we can understand what is actually happening. is it rape or some kind of witchcraft. Otherwise my sister i am with you in prayer and spirit and whatever the circumstance you shall overcome just be string my dear.

Mrs. Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi Head of Legal and Advocacy Centre for Batwa Minorities a.kiddu@gmail.com cfmlegal@gmail.com Skype: mrs_muhanguzi

The only way I know to change situations as harsh as this and even worse (involving traficking of people and assassinations), has been through the creation of Online Communities.

The first step to creating an online community must be to get involved and connect with the right group of people first. Check your surroundings and befriend people who you think can make waves of opinion. Then start speaking to them. Initiate conversations, and after a while, when you can gather enough people with good will, begin to talk about the issue itself and begin building a collective solution.

You see, public opinion CAN be changed. Try hard. Do your best. Results do not happen overnight, but they happen for sure after 3 or 6 months. Give all your soul, put your spirit in this, and you will achieve change.

God bless you and your voice.

Love,

Jackie

Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva Tarija - Bolivia South America www.jap21.wordpress.com