I am positive. Let's be positive

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Posted March 19, 2020 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Dears sisters all over the world,

Hope this finds you well despite the trauma of the Covid19.

Here is my story.

Since 2016, I have been working in the great North kivu in the DRC, in Beni, Butembo and Ituri country side.

I was obliged to cross the villages named "Triangle of death" before reaching my places of work.

I have tasted stresses caused by Ebola outbreak and killings caused by rebels and egorges ADF Nalu.

They killed and raped women, men and children. They looted their belongings.

I was so traumatised, because I lost my colleague. But to bring hope and courage to women and children I was obliged to forget about my trauma and started to pay them visit in the so called school, fields and homes.

For about 3 years, I could not tell my story but now my local NGO FEUPAS Grands Lacs and I trough the World Pulse network, we can speak, we can raise our voices to share our story.

Dears sisters, we will come out more collective, more strong from the pandemic of the coronavirus as it was the case of Ebola outbreak in DRC if we are  only strong, generous and Positive.

Just find under by some pictures of my visit to the vulnerables people in the great North kivu.

Looking forward hearing from you.

Deep love to you all.

 

Muvunyi Fabienne

 

 

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Anita Shrestha
Mar 19
Mar 19

Yes dear, positive brings positive result and negative briings negative results. So be positive

mkaplan
Mar 19
Mar 19

Dear Muvunyi, thank you so much for your post and words from past experiences and encouragment. It truly seems like a very dark time that we're all witnessing, but through your own testament we can overcome this. Sending you lots of love and support!

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My lovely mkaplan,
I am trusting in your words: We can overcome.
Many thanks for your love and support.

I love you too

Best regards

Jeanine A
Mar 19
Mar 19

Thank you for giving us hope from your past experience, it's a message we need to hear right now. I am encouraged to continue in a positive way.

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Jeanine,

Many thanks for your comment.
Keep in touch.

Kika Katchunga
Mar 20
Mar 20

Hello MUVUNYI

I am delighted to see you among us, your stories are welcome; thank you for sharing with us; my condolences for everything that has happened; be strong ; we also love you very much

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My beautiful Kika,
Proud of you.
Thanks.
Keep in touch

baganda
Mar 20
Mar 20

thank you my sister for this beautiful story but really touching we have surpassed this event called ebola God help we will conquer again, really courage

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Baganda,

Many thanks for your encouragement. Our God controls all. Just trust in Him

Love you

baganda
Mar 23
Mar 23

thank you my dear

Mar 20
Mar 20
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Namasomo Kiyobe
Mar 20
Mar 20

thank you my sisters for sharing your story and courage to take care of your task to help our colleges of beni
keep on going

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Kiyobe,

Many thanks for your encouragement.
Best Regards

Dionne Ferguson
Mar 20
Mar 20

You are appreciated, valued and loved. Thank you for your work and service to humanity.

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Dionne,
Thanks for your encouragement.
Best regards

Hello Muvunyi,

Thank you for your words to encouragement to us. You are a survivor, and your story brings us hope. Yes, we will remain positive. Let us all collectively uplift one another during these challenging times. :)

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Karen, thank you for lovely words.
Keep in touch

You are welcome, dear sister. Please stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic.

Tamarack Verrall
Mar 20
Mar 20

Dear Muvunyi,
Thank you for this message, and for your important work. It is strong leaders like you who have faced crises in the past and whose heart is with people who are most vulnerable, who show a light along the path as we figure out our way through this new crisis.

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

My dear Verrall,

Many thanks for your encouragement.
You can't imagine how I am proud of you and very happy to belong in this network where I can share my thoughts and experiences.

Keep in touch my dear

Fanka
Mar 21
Mar 21

Hello Fabienne,
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. And continue to do your humanitarian work.

MUVUNYI FABIENNE
Mar 21
Mar 21

Hello my dear Fanka,

Many thanks for your encouragement.
Keep in touch

Vanora.Lee
Apr 12
Apr 12

Thanks for sharing. Yes, positive thinking is required however it is not always easy. Your story definitely can help a lot.