les mamans ont droit d' etre forme en francais

hamisi namanvu
Posted October 30, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo
les mamans congolais ont soif d' être forme en français ici chez nous mais hé las les formateurs sont rare parce que il n' y pas les motivations pour eux . souvent nous disons que notre pays c' est un pays francophonie si vous constante , 40 pourçent des maman sont forme en langue français et 60 pour cent ne sont pas forme , nous demandons autorités du pays vraiment de s occupent des mamans congolaise pour que nous soyons forme en langue française comme les autres mamans des pays étrange francophonie au lieu d écarte les mamans ou de le considéré des personnes sans valeur et pourtant se sont les femmes qui sont plus courageux que les hommes.

English translation by PulseWire member saskia

Mothers have a right to be trained in French

Congolese mothers thirst to be trained in French here at home, but sadly the trainers are rare because there is no incentive to train us. We often say our country is French speaking, if you consider that 40 percent of the moms are trained in French and 60 percent are not trained at all. We ask the highest authority in the country to truly take care of the Congolese mothers so that we can speak French like all the other mothers in French speaking countries instead of putting mothers to the side or seeing them as people of little value, even though women are more courageous than men.

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weaverheart
Dec 11, 2012
Dec 11, 2012

Dear Hamisi,

Thank you very much for writing. You raise a very good and important point. In order for women to be empowered, they need to be included in the language, for a start! I hope that you are able to bring others to you to make a group and perhaps make an online petition for this cause. Please keep standing up for what you believe in. It is people like you that will help to bring change forward.

All my best, Laura

Jan Askin
Dec 12, 2012
Dec 12, 2012

Dear Hamisi,

Your article raises an important subject for raising the equality of women worldwide: access to education. In the case of women, study after study proves that when women are educated, their families benefit neatly.

You raise the specific issue of language education. Certainly, in order to continue to advocate for themselves and their sisters, Congolese women must obtain the communication skills to advocate strongly. In this case, they need to learn French to be heard.

Thank you for raising your voice.

Your sister in California,

Jan Askin

Beverly Rose
Dec 24, 2012
Dec 24, 2012

Dear Hamisi,

Thank you for sharing your story and for your efforts in helping to empower women. I wonder what would need to be done to allow women to learn French (or anything else they wanted to learn)? Are women allowed to go to school? Is it possible to start with a small group and train them; maybe they can learn enough to train others?

Please continue to write and share and engage other women. One woman at a time....

In peace, Beverly