women's injustice

Mukamisha
Posted April 14, 2021 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

I greet you last time we had a 1325 resolution conference and I found it very good that it made me realize that women have to get their rights because they are wrong and bad. a woman is wrong when men see that a woman has no words during the war i was talking to my community now there is a horrible war they are talking about how women go through it i am amazed i say there has to be a change. The two of us are in the community and there are a lot of people who are talking about their injustices. It is amazing that on the part of my community, there are women who have been raped and killed, who have gone to find food for children, others who have been burnt to death in their homes, all the demands of the house, others who have serious problems. he comes to seduce her and walks away, others say that before a man beats her he seems to be dealing with a woman life is hard coutume he raped women others said that a woman has no say in the leadership of the country, which is why women are so humbled brothers and sisters that we should stand up and speak for a woman so that the next generation will not face such problems.

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Jill Langhus
Apr 14
Apr 14

Hi Mukamisha,

I totally, 100% agree with you, dear. I'm sorry that's all going on. I hope more people will speak up for the rights of girls and women there, and that positive change will occur soon. Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a safe, rest of your week, dear.

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Regina Afanwi Young
Apr 14
Apr 14

Hello Mukamisha it pretty sad what women go through in most communities especially in our African context. I totally agree with you that we should stand up and speak for these women.
We also need to educate, sensitize and encourage women on the importance of speaking up. Thanks so much for sharing your story.
Sending you hugs***
Regina

KABAHENDA KIGGUNDU
Apr 16
Apr 16

Dear Mukamisha,

Thank you very much for sharing your story. The injustices against women in the war-torn parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are heart-breaking.
It is very sad that this situation has been going on for a very long time, and its victims, in the majority, women and children, remain without redress.
Your voice matters, and what you are doing is commendable.
The more women raise up and speak for women, the more the world will know about the suffering of the women of the DRC. Hopefully, some day in the near future, the war will end and women will once again find their dignity.
I applaud you for your courage and resilience and encourage you to keep up the good work.

otahelp
Apr 17
Apr 17

Mukamisha that is the world men have created for women but we are working assidiously working to change this narrative. All hands must be on deck. That is why we are all here. thank you for sharing what is happening in Congo

rebecca.tang
Apr 18
Apr 18

Thank you for sharing. I am sad and shock to hear so many tragedies that happened to women. It is really necessary to increase the awareness on the safety.
Hope everyone is safe! May Almighty God bless you all!

Mukamisha
Apr 21
Apr 21

I greet you and have peace. that's what makes us so sad, thank you to the women's organization all over the world for their good cooperation and asking God to change history and fight for it;

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

Dear Mukamisha,
Thank you so much for sharing. There is a lot of sensitization that needs to be done for communities to appreciate the rights of women and girls. Looking forward to more of your posts.
Stay blessed

Mukamisha
Apr 28
Apr 28

salut ma chère cde que chez nous ca demandé la sensibilisation merci madame