A Cry to stop voilence against women.

Meyanwieh Diana Queency
Posted October 11, 2019 from Cameroon

I weep for our mothers and sisters in cameroon who gradually lost their children, husband, houses and property due to voilence. The killing is much, the pain we feel is deep, seeing our own people acting like strangers to us, having little or no interest on their well-being.

Stop voilence against women.

Hear them when they speak up.

Change the narrative

 

This story was submitted in response to Gender-Based Violence.

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maeann
Oct 11
Oct 11

Hi Diana.... hugs

Hello, Diana,

I could not imagine nor fathom the trauma, suffering, and pain the mothers, sisters, and daughters of Cameroon experience because of the ongoing conflict there. Yes, it is too much already. I pray it ends now.

Thank you for adding your voice to gender violence. I wonder if you want to raise your voice on this particular call for stories called "Peace for Cameroon" https://www.worldpulse.com/raise-your-voice/peace-for-cameroon.

Hope you'll have a peaceful weekend.

Thanks very much Ma
We pray for better Cameroon

You're welcome, dear. Yes, we'll keep on praying. :)

Lisbeth
Oct 11
Oct 11

Dear Diana,
My sincere prayers are with you all. Definitely, one day things will be better. You all keep holding on.
Take care of yourself and warm regards

Thanks so much mam for the encouragement

Lisbeth
Oct 15
Oct 15

Welcome my dear :-)

Tarke Edith
Oct 11
Oct 11

Hello sister
Thanks for sharing our pains.
Have a great weekend.

Hannah B
Oct 13
Oct 13

Dear Diana,
I am so sorry that so many Cameroonians are facing violence and destruction of property and families. I send you love and hope for things to improve very soon! I hope that you will continue to share with us here when you are able.
Warm regards,
Hannah

Thanks for the encouragement. We will keep Sharing our resolutions

Jill Langhus
Oct 13
Oct 13

Hello Again Dear Diana,

I hear you! You sound like a very sensitive woman. I can relate somewhat to your deep sensitivity, but not the trauma. I can't imagine how you're dealing with the prolonged violence and stress. Please let us know how we can help. You can always reach out to me in a private message if you feel the need to chat with someone and/or need additional love and support.

Hang in there:-)

XX

Thanks so much Ma for the encouragement. We will keep in touch.

Jill Langhus
Oct 14
Oct 14

You're very welcome, dear. Okay:-)

ANJ ANA
Oct 20
Oct 20

Dear Diana,
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. It is really sad that women are facing various kinds of exploitation. let's make our voice becomes louder and clear to make the world hear. So that there will be security for every girl/woman and they may not face the violence as it is happening in your country.
In solidarity,
anjana