Violence faite aux femmes.

Faida Kabene
Posted September 13, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Bonjour ici a l'est de la RDC notre pays normalement a Nindja la violence continue. Je connais une famille qui est passéedans cette tribulation il n'y a pas longtemps les parents et ses enfants manger la nuit trois jeunes hommes sont venus l'un d'eux avait oblige le grand garçons de violé sa mère en présence de son père et ses petit frères, et le père de sa jeune fille devant tout le monde puis on est parti avec le père au destination inconnu; la mère est tombée et mourut jusqu'à présent les enfants vivent misérablement sans aucun secourt.

Voilà ce que nous vivons!

Merci mes amies.

English translation by PulseWire member MsCadet

Morning,

Here in Eastern Congo, normally in Nindja, violence is rampant. I know a family who went through this tribulation not too long ago. The parents and their children were eating at night when three young men came. One of them forced the older son to rape his mother in the presence of his father and his younger brothers. Likewise, the father had to rape his young daughter in front of everyone. Then, the young men took the father to an unknown location. The mother fell and died. To date, the children live miserably without any aid.

Here is how we live!

Thank you my friends.

Ending Gender-Based Violence 2012

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MsCadet
Sep 19, 2012
Sep 19, 2012

Morning,

Here in Eastern Congo, normally in Nindja, violence is rampant. I know a family who went through this tribulation not too long ago. The parents and their children were eating at night when three young men came. One of them forced the older son to rape his mother in the presence of his father and his younger brothers. Likewise, the father had to rape his young daughter in front of everyone. Then, the young men took the father to an unknown location. The mother fell and died. To date, the children live miserably without any aid.

Here is how we live!

Thank you my friends.

Nicole.Staudinger
Oct 10, 2012
Oct 10, 2012

Kabene,

I am so, so sorry that you have to live in such fear. It brings tears to my eyes to imagine the trepidation with which you face each day. I know that it must be hard to stay strong, to believe in the goodness of humanity, considering your situation, but please try to remember that there are people out here thinking of you and wishing you the best. Again, my heart goes out to you and your family. Please be safe.

Sincerely, Nicole