CONGOLESE WOMEN IS NOT SECURED

esther atosha
Posted March 7, 2019 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

I say no to violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo. this lady whom you see in image was a victim this Tuesday, March 4, 2019, the barbarism of the men without scruples. she was humiliated, beaten up and undressed in public. his only sin was to wear a syle dress that did not match with their preference.

until when will the woman suffer this crime?

Congo is my country, my preferences and my rights must be respected #I say no to violence against Congolese women.

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Jill Langhus
Mar 07
Mar 07

OMG, Esther! That's horrible. Thanks for spreading awareness on this topic!

I agree. I say no, too! Do you know if this woman is okay? I hope so.

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esther atosha
Mar 11
Mar 11

Hello Jill,
She was brought to the hospital .
Thanks for the link

Jill Langhus
Mar 11
Mar 11

Hello dear,

Oh, well that's good. I hope she's okay....

You're welcome:-) Hope you have a good, safe day, dear!

esther atosha
Mar 11
Mar 11

I Hope toi,
She IS having medical assistante.
Yes i doo, you too i Hope !

Jill Langhus
Mar 12
Mar 12

Okay, thanks, dear!

Beth Lacey
May 06
May 06

This is just so awful!

Michael Abdullahi
Aug 23
Aug 23

I stand with you Esther and I absolutely condemn this act of violence against women and girls...

We will not keep quiet until every woman is secured.

Tamarack Verrall
Aug 23
Aug 23

Dear Esther,
How horrid that this woman was treated so violently. We are working together for a world in which women are deeply respected, a world in which this violence is unthinkable. To move in this direction together it is important that news like yours here is known and denounced. Globally all of our governments need to be held accountable for not stopping this violence. This includes unrest created by international businesses promoting unrest and standing by as women are harmed, as well as local governments complicit in holding women back with this kind of violence going unstopped..

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