Les droits des femme foulle(detraque)

MUKUZO MAMY
Posted August 15, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Bonjour ce par une occasion divine que nous retrouvons encore une fois!juste pour continuer notre occupation, Comme je vous parlée d'une situation de notre quartier la où jes reste il ya 6 faulle dont4 qui on déja des enfants que tout les mondes se pose de question de sa voir qui les engrosse!curieusement je fait une recherche pour le decouvrire enfin!je me suis fait amie des quelque gardien ou berge de vache cad enfants de la rue!et ce vrai ils mons demandée un peu d'argents pour qu'ils me disée la realité de ces foulle,et je le donnée!ils ma montre comme le patron des notre quartier par appel ses foulle ils enmenée ou patirage (la où on eberge les cheuvre vache mouton!il est donne des biscuit bonbon pain,,,,,,,,,,,, puis il couche avec eux!un temps plus tard on remarque elle enseinte si on le pose la question qui ta engrosse elle ne savez pas comment s'exprime or si une fois les femme trouve l'occupatio elle doit savoir comment geré ses faulle et les suporte dans tout ce qui peuvait les entire comme matériel encore pour vis que meme celle qui est normal en meme tant interllectuel ne pas considére!elle privée des leurs droit!et ce commenca que cette faulle aussi est néglige!

Alors tout ca ce une élement qui crée aussi de desordre dans notre pays car cette faulle qui met ou monde beaucoup des enfants sans pere elle oublige de faire la prostituton pour faire vivre ces enfants nous avons consténte que notre quartiez et saalut sur ce je vous prier de nous aide avec votre conseil de nous dire que ce qu'il fout pour que cette femme sois aussi respecte!

English translation by PulseWire member Annie Theriault

Madwomen’s rights

Hello. It is divine to meet once again. As I mentioned previously, in my neighborhood there are six madwomen, and four of them have children. Everyone wonders who the fathers of these children are! I was curious, so I decided to do some investigating. I befriended a guard and some street children. They did ask me for some money to tell me the truth about these madwomen. I gave it to them and they told me that the neighborhood boss takes these madwomen to the pastures (where the goats, cows and sheep are kept) and hands out cookies, sweets and bread. And then he sleeps with them! Later, some of them become pregnant. And we ask them: who is the father? But they can’t communicate […]. They are denied their basic rights! These madwomen are neglected!

So, this is another element that generates chaos in our country. Because these madwomen give birth to fatherless children, and later coerce them into prostitution to be able to survive. We have seen this happen in our own neighborhood. I beg you give us some advice about how we can help these women and make sure that they are respected!

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AnnieTheriault
Sep 22, 2012
Sep 22, 2012

Madwomen’s rights

Hello. It is divine to meet once again. As I mentioned previously, in my neighborhood there are six madwomen, and four of them have children. Everyone wonders who the fathers of these children are! I was curious, so I decided to do some investigating. I befriended a guard and some street children. They did ask me for some money to tell me the truth about these madwomen. I gave it to them and they told me that the neighborhood boss takes these madwomen to the pastures (where the goats, cows and sheep are kept) and hands out cookies, sweets and bread. And then he sleeps with them! Later, some of them become pregnant. And we ask them: who is the father? But they can’t communicate […]. They are denied their basic rights! These madwomen are neglected!

So, this is another element that generates chaos in our country. Because these madwomen give birth to fatherless children, and later coerce them into prostitution to be able to survive. We have seen this happen in our own neighborhood. I beg you give us some advice about how we can help these women and make sure that they are respected!

amymorros
Oct 12, 2012
Oct 12, 2012

Thank you for sharing this story. These 'madwomen' are vulnerable to exploitation and rape. This is very sad to hear and I wish there were protections for them. Why are these women called 'mad'?

irina_costa
Oct 15, 2012
Oct 15, 2012

I know from living in a big city that poor women who end up living on the streets suffer from mental distress. And no body cares for them either. Sometimes people also call them mad and avoid them. Sometimes they have babies...the fathers of these babies never show up and never care for their babies. These fathers either rape of pay these women for sex and then..its the end of their business. I don't know how we can help them. Do these women ever speak to you? Are there around you women like yourself who understand that these women are suffering and in need of help? Can you find condoms in your neighbourhhod, maybe you can give these women contraceptives and condomns so that they don't get pregnant when they sell sex. It is truly a sad story

merci,

irina

vichuda
Oct 16, 2012
Oct 16, 2012

Thanks for addressing this important issue. There are three aspects for addressing this problem: 1) provide access to treatment and support for the women, depending on the reasons, there are chances that they come out of being "mad" . 2) expose and confront the men and ask them to take on their responsibility as fathers 3) find ways to support these women and their children. Maybe you could talk with these men or/and tell newspapers to write about it.

bronxesqmom
Oct 31, 2012
Oct 31, 2012

Thank you for sharing this heartbreaking story. It clearly demonstrates how vulnerable mentally ill or mentally disabled women are in our societies. Protecting the rights of the mentally disabled begins with promoting their humanity. The first step should include a community wide awareness campaign establishing that everyone, regardless of mental ability, has the right to live free from violence, abuse or manipulation. The next steps should include reaching out to these women to determine their hopes, desires and concerns (if they are able to communicate them) and then creating a coalition of community members to act on behalf of these women. Ultimately we all have the responsibility to protect those among us who are not able to protect themselves. If a woman does not have the mental ability to consent to sex, it's rape. Working together, the community can prevent the future rapes of mentally ill or mentally diabled women.

MUKUZO MAMY
Dec 06, 2012
Dec 06, 2012

Je suis encor rejoins une fois de se retrouve devant vous par l'esprit!sa fait plus d'un mois suite a de petite problème de maladie! comme vous le dit nous sommes organisée pour crée de coalition d'avoir comment nous pouvons aide ceux!mais sachiez bien que sans l’argente nous ne pouvons pas reusire parce que,souvent nous nous sommes bloc d’abord suite a:maque de loyez endroit ou peut mettre un centre,maque de connexion disponible c a d les problèmes des femme nous fait vraiment dessus,je me force en priant pour que notre communauté n'est nous découragé plus comme les autres enseignant ou les promoteur!qui commence avec les agents mais arrivant a reusirer il devient traitre Espérons que vous aller nous aide a en teindre le but. Good bay