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.