la violence persiste dans notre pays!

MUKUZO MAMY
Posted August 31, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Bonjour,suis toujour connecté est ce une grande joix d'étre on line pour vous narré l'histoire de ma vie! Acouse de notre pays malade bon nombres de femme qui se trouve engrossée par des hommes malententionne qui n'ont pas besion d'avoir des enfants ce la couse qu'elle croir que si une fois d'aller se plaindre a la justice j' oura la solution! chose désevente la aussi ce une désception total!ce pourquoi quand cette femme arrivée a ce niveau elle provoque c a d avortement forcé! Avec vous nous ésperons avoir notre droit comme femme congolaise!que nous aussi nous trouvons l'accée de parlée partout!mon Fils que je vous est parlée qui est déconsidére par cet iresponsable qu'elle sera son avenir! Nous exposons cet problémes parce nous savons bien que vous pouvez change notre pays!

Thanks Mama Shujaa

English translation by PulseWire member Nita

Violence Persists in Our country

Morning, am still connected and it’s my pleasure to be online and narrate the history of my life. Since our country is sick, a good number of women are impregnated by ill intentioned men who don’t need to have children. This makes her believe that if she makes a complaint, she will get a solution which ends up being a total disappointment. This is why when this woman reaches this level, she provokes a miscarriage.

Thanks to you, we hope to have our right like the Congolese woman. As such we would have access to freedom of speech everywhere. My son I told you about is minimized by the irresponsible boss, what will become of his future? We expose these problems because we know very well that you can change our country.

Thanks Mama Shujaa ("Hero Women")

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Nita
Oct 30, 2012
Oct 30, 2012

Bonjour MAMY, Merci d'etre toujours en ligne avec les informations pour le monde entier. Merci d'etre parmi les femmes qui veulent que le Congo soit transformé

C'est dommage que les choses continuent a etre difficile.

Esperons qu'ensemble, nous faisons les grandes choses

Beaucoup du courage

Nita
Oct 30, 2012
Oct 30, 2012

Violence Persists in Our country

Morning, am still connected and it’s my pleasure to be online and narrate the history of my life. Since our country is sick, a good number of women are impregnated by ill intentioned men who don’t need to have children. This makes her believe that if she makes a complaint, she will get a solution which ends up being a total disappointment. This is why when this woman reaches this level, she provokes a miscarriage. Thanks to you, we hope to have our right like the Congolese woman. As such we would have access to freedom of speech everywhere. My son I told you about is minimized by the irresponsible boss, what will become of his future? We expose these problems because we know very well that you can change our country. Thanks Mama Shujaa

sarahrubin
Nov 07, 2012
Nov 07, 2012

Dear Mama Shujaa,

Thank you for sharing these truths about the Congo. It breaks my heart that women have to provoke their own miscarriages. I cannot imagine the physical, emotional and psychological trauma that women experience in secrecy. These experiences are incredibly traumatic even when a woman has resources and support. I hope that the World Pulse community provides freedom of speech and allows women to honestly and openly share their stories until change comes to the Congo.

Warmest regards, Sarah

Hannah Cynthia
Nov 12, 2012
Nov 12, 2012

Thank you for sharing you story. I am glad you have been able to get online and join other women speaking out on behalf of your rights. Stay strong, stay connected, and keep sharing. I feel inspired by the hope you have for you son, for the future, and for your county in spite of the struggles you face daily, struggles difficult for me to even imagine. It is a testament to the human spirit. You recognize the power and importance for freedom of speech. I hope that World Pulse has helped you explore your own voice and share concerns in a safe way.

Thank you Mama Shujaa,

Hannah