It's all about my life as a refugee woman, becoming a refugee is the worst thing that could ever happen to anyone, becoming homeless, losing loved one's and beginning from scratch after an average height of living. Since life is considered the greatest asset most run to save their lives in the surrounding countries. I fled from DRC (my country) since 2010, and I seek asylum in kampala, uganda after my husband was kidnapped by the government soldiers which still haunts me up to date. Living in uganda is a great lesson, those with money continue benefiting, money makes the world go round . Indeed those with money who can manage their daily expenses ranging from rent to tuition are the most ones who get the chance of resettling in the third country , its all about injecting to be worked upon, organizations for refugees should have mercy and follow the rules required. I am a single mother of five , we refugees have rights too, but our fear is to express openly , discrimination is all over ranging from government hospitals to refugee organizations those who have benefit by upgrading their ways of living as we (who don't have) continue gambling with life, considering all that I have gone through I am sure I stand the criteria of asking for protection in the third country but which method will I apply ?
This story was submitted in response to Human Rights for All.