LETTRE OUVERTE AUX PARENTS

chekanabobashimbe
Posted December 3, 2015 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

il y a beaucoup des violences basees sur le genre dans beaucoup de maison ,de village ,de ecole ...les parents peuvent mettre au monde beacoup des enfants et dans ces enfants il ya des filles et des garcons maintenant si les parentes n'ont beaucoup de moyen pour scolariser les enfants ,ils trient les garcons vont etre scolariser mais les filles restent a la mais elles vont aider la maman a faire le menage dans la maison .Et cela est la cause de mariage precose et le naissance prcose et indesirable .Dans la maison ce sont les qui feront toujour les travailles .

Si les parenf ont les moyrens de les scolariser tous, que ce qu'ils feront quand ils renfrent a l' ecole les directement ellles commencent les travailles de la maisonet les garcons se reposent

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Krysie Bright
Dec 09, 2015
Dec 09, 2015

Hey there!

I totally agree with you! Girls deserve the same level of education as boys. One of the biggest issue is the lack of funds for families to send all their children to school. If we can find a solution for parents to be able to send all their children to school, we would be accomplishing the first step to ending gener-based violence.

I love that you are doing what you can to solve this problem where you are. Keep on doing all that you do!

Krysie

chekanabobashimbe
Dec 14, 2015
Dec 14, 2015

je suis trés contente de te lire chére KRYRIE .Nous avons une organisation qui assiste les femmes en les donnant une petite crédit rotatif mais nos moyens deviennent inssuffisants par rapport aux beneficiaires et nous les formont à apprendre des divers metiers suivant leurs capacités

Claudia Ashah
Jan 15, 2016
Jan 15, 2016

Chekanabo,

it is true that there is need for equal access to education for both girls and boys. the girls have as much right to be educated just like the boys. The cause of this issue according to your article is that there is not enough money to send both the boy-child and the girl-child to school. What is the cause of the lack of finances? Is it unemployment, cultural issues e.g. the women are not supposed to work? If thhis is the case, i think if you deal with the root cause of the problem, then the girl-child might have a chance to go to school.

Blessings,

Claudia.