EDUCATION DES FILLES A MUMOSHO

Mauwa Brigitte
Posted April 22, 2015 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Les filles ambassadrices pour la paix effectuent ses activités à MUMOSHO où se trouvent les filles mères beaucoup d’entr’elles ne savent ni lire et écrire et pourtant sont des grandes filles, chose grave encore, elles étaient sous informées sur les résolutions 1325 & 1820 pour la revendication de ces droits. Les filles ambassadrices pour la paix ont consenti leurs efforts de vulgariser les informations à travers les sketches. En effet, les difficultés que nous avons racontré, ces filles mères étaient toutes les analphabètes dont qui ne savaient ni lire et écrire; ce qui nous a fait savoir leur niveau d’intellectualisme en passant par le test d’écrire leurs noms et les lire était faible. Nous avons formé trois classes pour l’alphabétisation:

Classe A: pour les participantes qui ne savaient ni lire et écrire, l’enseignante était la fille ambassadrice pour la paix Princesse MULUZINYERE;

Classe B: pour les participantes qui savaient lire et écrire, l’enseignante était la fille ambassadrice pour la paix Ariane MOZA, c’était la classe des formatrices qui formeront la classe A et d’autres femmes, filles après avoir terminé notre objectif, ces formatrices soient capable aussi de former les femmes et filles des villages voisines.

Après l’alphabétisation, nous avons aussi intégré la notion de l’éducation à la vie à la demande de la population d’où l’enseignante était la fille ambassadrice pour la paix Bénédicte BULANGALIRE, plusieurs filles avaient des enfants d’où il a fallu plusieurs explications sur le planning familial. Le matériel utilisé était le collier du Cycle de 32 jours, la fille ambassadrices pour la paix Bénédicte BULANGALIRE avait procédé par la méthode des questions pour voir si l’enseignement est compris, en soumettant un exercice de donné chacune leurs cycle mensuel: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 et 32 jours, celle qui a 26 jours était aussi aidé mais les concernées (ce qui ont le cycle qui nage de 26 à 32) devraient utilisée appliquer ça dans le cas contre voir le médecin. Les filles ambassadrices pour la paix ont également participés massivement pour expliquer ces filles mères comment elles peuvent éviter encore de tomber enceinte non désiré. Sur ce, l’enseignement étaient apprécié et les participantes ont demandé l’enseignement sur le thème:« AVORTEMENT ET MARIAGE».

La fille ambassadrice pour la Bénédicte BULANGALIRE avait expliqué et posé la question Qu’entendez-vous par l’avortement? Chaque participante avait répondu de sa façon mais la fille ambassadrice pour la paix Esperance MUHORAKEYE avait dit que l’avortement en soi à deux façons:

Provoque par eux-mêmes pour les cas des mariés et les filles provoquent les avortement forcés pour raisons de manque des soutients.

Bénédicte BULANGALIRE a pu montrer la différence deux avortements en donnant l’exemple d’une qu’on avait interdit par le médecin de ne pas faire de lourd travail. L’autre exemple, une fille qui a eu la grosse non désiré et aller voir le médecin pour expulser cette grosse. Elle a connu de déchirure sur la matrice ou perforer la matrice. La fille connaitre la stérilité dans sa vie. La fille ambassadrice pour la paix Bénédicte BULANGALALIRE avait donné les conséquences de l’avortement provoqué sont néfaste. Pour la femme mariée, elle doit voir le médecin pour le soin. Pour dire que la femme, la fille doit se donner de la valeur de son corps pour être protégé par des risques sur le chemin choisi et le'nvironnement, surtout éviter des erreur dans la vie.

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Alyssa Rust
Apr 22, 2015
Apr 22, 2015

Dear Brigitte,

Thank you so much for sharing this latest update on the Girls Ambassadors for Peace. It sounds like your teaching and classes were very successful and you were able to have a major impact on helping these women and girls learn to read and write and gain more education on a variety of other topics. I want to thank you for all three great work that you are doing and that you will continue to share these stories with the World Pulse Community. I would also encourage you to share this story or other similar stories in the No Ceilings Path to Participation that is going on right now. Here is the link. https://www.worldpulse.com/en/get-involved/take-action/path-to-participa... I know your story would make a huge impact in connection to the No Ceilings data. Thank you again for sharing and I am looking forward to hearing about your next successful event.

Sincerely,  Alyssa Rust 

Mauwa Brigitte
Apr 24, 2015
Apr 24, 2015

Hi Elyssa Rust!

Yes, my paper was on "EDUCATION OF GIRLS Mumosho" but I just had omitted the place I should post. Thank you for guidance, it's already there is written "SUBMIT STORY" on the iniative Call Action.

God bless you!

Edith Kalanzi
Apr 26, 2015
Apr 26, 2015

Chère Brigitte,

Un réel plaisir de lire cette belle initiative que vous avez entrepris, ambassadrices de la paix, merci de tout coeur et bravo. Encore une fois - éduquer une fille c'est éduquer toute une nation. Ces filles qui sont en train d'apprendre sont des mamans qui vont à leur tour, transmettre ces informations à leur progéniture et aussi avec leurs copines, et petit à petit on va avoir une société illuminée dans ce domaine. 

Je trouve que vous faites très bien d'utiliser les moyens audio-visuels, car ce que l'oeil voit reste dans le subconscient de l'élève. Etant moi-même enseignante, je vous recommande de continuer à vous servir de ces véritables objets comme le collier, etc. pour toujours attirer l'attention de ces filles-mamans. Sinon au bout de 20 minutes environ, elles vont commencer à penser au ménage pas fait, aux habits pas lavés, le repas, l'eau qui manque, etc.

Est-ce que c'est uniquement à Mumosho que ce se passe ou aussi dans les quartiers voisins?

Je suis contente de lire que vous participez à l'initiative No ceilings.

Au plaisir de vous lire Brigitte.

Bien à vous,

Edith

Mauwa Brigitte
Apr 27, 2015
Apr 27, 2015

Edika,

Merci, nous avons enseigné ces filles mères l'alphabétisation  et  éducation à la vie afin qu'elles puissent transmettre ces informations à leur progéniture et aussi avec leurs copines, et petit à petit on va avoir une société illuminée dans ce domaine. Pour répondre à votre question, les villages voisines venaient aussi suivre les messages à travers les sketches et eux-mêmes aussi vulgariser ces enseignements.

Kristina M
Apr 28, 2015
Apr 28, 2015

Hello Brigitte,

Thank you for continuing to share what the Girls Ambassadors for Peace have been doing.  I was happy to read how there are trainers that are able to train others in the nearby villages.  It must be exciting to see the lessons spreading out beyond your district.

Mauwa Brigitte
Apr 30, 2015
Apr 30, 2015

I am delighted to begin my journal that has inspired you understand our concern we had for these young mothers to change their lives and their offspring for a better future. The extension of these continuous learning in the villages themselves.  

bitani
Apr 29, 2015
Apr 29, 2015

Cher Mauwa,   L'éducation des filles est une noble cause pour laquelle travailler. Je apprécie beaucoup le travail que vous faites.

En ce qui concerne l'avortement, avez-vous dire qu'il y avait une certaine éducation sexuelle de base pour ces femmes aussi?

En effet tout type bénéfique de l'éducation qui aide les femmes obtiennent plus éclairés et conscients d'eux-mêmes doit être respectée.

Mauwa Brigitte
Apr 30, 2015
Apr 30, 2015

Thank you for this adage " Always be a first-rate version of yourself of, INSTEAD of a second-rate version of somebody else of. "-Judy Garland you wrote me, it inspired much says it gives the pretty girl what she has to look back to the others.

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rhania bensafia
May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015

EDUCATION OF GIRLS HAS MUMOSHO

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The girls women ambassadors for the peace perform their activities in MUMOSHO where the girls mothers are located most of them do not know how to read and write and yet are young women. The most disturbing fact is that they were not informed properly about the resolutions 1325 & 1820 to be able to claim their rights. Girls women ambassadors for peace put a lot of work to make the information available through the skits. In fact, the difficulties that we were facing are that  these girls mothers were all illiterate . They did not know how to read and write; so by having them taking a written and a reading test we created three different literacy class

Class A: for participants who did not know how to read and write, the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Princess MULUZINYERE ;

Class B: for participants who knew how to read and write, the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Ariane MOZA, it was the class of trainers who will form the Class A and other women, after we completed our objective, these trainers are also capable of forming the women and girls of the neighboring villages.

After literacy, we have also incorporate the notion of education for life at the request of the population where the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Benedicta BULANGALIRE, several girls had children and it took several explanations on family planning. The equipment used was the collar of the Cycle of 32 days, the daughter ambassadors for peace Benedicta BULANGALIRE had carried out by the method of questions to see if the teaching is understood, by giving an exercise about their monthly cycle: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 days, the one that has 26 days was also help but the concerned one was those who cycle that swims between 26 to 32 days should used that method in case they cant see the doctor. The girls women ambassadors for peace made sure to explain to these girls mothers how they can to get pregnant if not desired. On this, the teaching were appreciated and the participants had requested to talk about: "abortion and marriage".

The daughter ambassador for the Benedicte BULANGALIRE had explained and asked :What do you mean by abortion? Each participant gave their opinion but the daughter ambassador for peace hope MUHORAKEYE explain that there two reasons for  abortion.

One is because of the lack of support

Benedicte BULANGALIRE has been able to give two example of  abortions, one the pregant woman that had been prohibited by the doctor not to do any  heavy work. The other example, a girl who wanted an abortion went and saw the doctor. She got the abortion with complicated now she is sterile for life. The daughter ambassador for peace Benedicta BULANGALALIRE had given the consequences of induced abortion. It can harmful. For the married woman, she should see the doctor for the care. for the woman she should give more value to her body  and protect herself from making life time mistakes.

Region Sub-Saharan Africa

Topic Education Environment Gender-based Violence

Mauwa Brigitte
May 12, 2015
May 12, 2015

Thank you for translating my diary.  

rhania bensafia
May 11, 2015
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By Mauwa Brigitte

On 22 April, 2015

The girls women ambassadors for the peace perform their activities in MUMOSHO where the girls mothers are located most of them do not know how to read and write and yet are young women. The most disturbing fact is that they were not informed properly about the resolutions 1325 & 1820 to be able to claim their rights. Girls women ambassadors for peace put a lot of work to make the information available through the skits. In fact, the difficulties that we were facing are that  these girls mothers were all illiterate . They did not know how to read and write; so by having them taking a written and a reading test we created three different literacy class

Class A: for participants who did not know how to read and write, the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Princess MULUZINYERE ;

Class B: for participants who knew how to read and write, the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Ariane MOZA, it was the class of trainers who will form the Class A and other women, after we completed our objective, these trainers are also capable of forming the women and girls of the neighboring villages.

After literacy, we have also incorporate the notion of education for life at the request of the population where the teacher was the daughter ambassador for peace Benedicta BULANGALIRE, several girls had children and it took several explanations on family planning. The equipment used was the collar of the Cycle of 32 days, the daughter ambassadors for peace Benedicta BULANGALIRE had carried out by the method of questions to see if the teaching is understood, by giving an exercise about their monthly cycle: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 days, the one that has 26 days was also help but the concerned one was those who cycle that swims between 26 to 32 days should used that method in case they cant see the doctor. The girls women ambassadors for peace made sure to explain to these girls mothers how they can to get pregnant if not desired. On this, the teaching were appreciated and the participants had requested to talk about: "abortion and marriage".

The daughter ambassador for the Benedicte BULANGALIRE had explained and asked :What do you mean by abortion? Each participant gave their opinion but the daughter ambassador for peace hope MUHORAKEYE explain that there two reasons for  abortion.

One is because of the lack of support

Benedicte BULANGALIRE has been able to give two example of  abortions, one the pregant woman that had been prohibited by the doctor not to do any  heavy work. The other example, a girl who wanted an abortion went and saw the doctor. She got the abortion with complicated now she is sterile for life. The daughter ambassador for peace Benedicta BULANGALALIRE had given the consequences of induced abortion. It can harmful. For the married woman, she should see the doctor for the care. for the woman she should give more value to her body  and protect herself from making life time mistakes.

Region Sub-Saharan Africa

Topic Education Environment Gender-based Violence