la republique democratique du congo

michelline kadorho
Posted August 29, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

là république démocratique Congo est un pays africain se trouvant au centre de l'Afrique. elle partage ses frontières avec la zambie;l'ouganda,le congo braza ville la république centre africaine;

LA BEAUTE DE LA REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO

la beaute de la république démocratique du Congo est faite par une faune est flore très riche qui attire l’attention de plusieurs touristes internationaux. l' est de notre pays est la partie engorgeant une bonne partie de la richesse comme la bonne végétation, des minerai et des animaux comme l' okapi les gorilles des montagnes les hippopotames, voila la raison pour la l' est t l' objet du théâtre de plusieurs pays du monde désirant investir ou faire leur vie par exploitation a l' est ;tout cela ne serait pas une difficulté mais la préoccupation majeures que c' est la population qui souffre la plus part; en étant victime des guerres; est croupissant dans une pauvreté profonde; ainsi; les cas les plus frappant de ma part comme éducatrice est celui des mamans victimes des violences sexuelles est des enfants devenus très nombreux dans les rues entrain de souffrir a cause de la pauvreté; voici en détaille le développement de chaque cas que j' ai analyse;

LES FEMMES EN REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO VICTIMES DES VIOLENCES SEXUELLES comme je l' ai dit ci haut le cas des femmes victimes des violences sexuelles a été toujours ma préoccupation comme une maman éducatrice malgré les difficultés financières; toute fois voici comment se fait cette violence; en république démocratique du Congo la guerre sont devenues nos voisines et donc inévitables aussi longtemps que notre pays égorgé toute cette richesse; chaque fois qu’il y a guerre; les femmes sont victimes des violences sexuelles par les militaires et toutes autres forces négatives comme les intera ham; ex armée du Rwanda; les femmes forcées de consommer ce genre d' acte sous peine de perdre leur vie ne sont pas non seulement vexée de la dite violence mais aussi y sortent avec trop des maladies sexuellement transmissibles voir même certaines répudiées par leurs maris

English translation by PulseWire member saskia

The Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Democratic Repuplic of the Congo is an African country found at the center of Africa. It shares its borders with Zambia, Uganda, the Congo-Brazaville is the center of the African republic.

THE BEATUFY OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

The beauty of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is due to a rich fauna and flora that attracts many international tourists. The east of our country is engorged with a large part of the richness like the good vegetation, minerals and animals like the okapi, mountain gorillas, hippopotamuses. This is why the east is the object of theater in many countries around the world, and some people desire to invest in the country or to exploit the east. All of this would not be a problem, but the biggest worry is that the majority of the country is suffering- by being victims of war, being handicapped in a profound poverty. And for me, as an educator the most jarring of cases are those of mothers who are victims of sexual violence and of the children of have become too many and crowd the street suffering due to poverty. Here, in detail, the development of each case I have analyzed:

THE WOMEN OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO ARE VICTIMES OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE

Like I said above, the case of women being victims of sexual violence has always been my preoccupation as a mother and an educator, even with my financial difficulties. In any case the violence is spread through wars that have become our neighbors and so it is inevitable as long as our country has all this richness. Every time there is war- women are submitted to sexual violence by the military and other negative forces such as the ex- Rwandan army. Women are forced to accept this type of act in exchange for their life. Women are not only shell shocked by these violent acts but also get sexually transmitted diseases and some are even rejected by their husbands.

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Myrthe
Nov 25, 2012
Nov 25, 2012

Thank you, Michelline, for telling us about the situation in your country and the consequences the war has for the women in your community. I would be very interested to find out more about your work with abused women. I was wondering if you could tell us a little bit more about that. Do you work with an organization? What kind of activities do you do?

Sally
Nov 28, 2012
Nov 28, 2012

Michelline,

Thank you for sharing. It is horrible to know that any woman has to go through something like that. Are there resources in your area to help these women? I know I am far away but if there is anything I can help you with please let me know.

Thank you again,

Sally