pourquoi les violences au femme

Nyamwezi Shukuru
Posted July 24, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

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English translation by PulseWire member Aurore

I am a female educator. During my whole youth, I did not have the opportunity to pursue my studies because of the troubles my country has been through. My vision makes me want more but I'm in lack of means.

Ending Gender-Based Violence 2012

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Aurore
Sep 24, 2012
Sep 24, 2012

Bonjour Nyamwezi ! Je suis traductrice volontaire pour World Pulse, et l'équipe pense que votre contribution est intéressante pour nos membres qui ne parlent pas français. Bravo pour votre volonté de partager votre expérience d'éducatrice au Congo ! Pourriez-vous en dire un peu plus sur votre expérience et les difficultés que vous avez rencontrées ? Comment cela impacte-t-il votre vie ? Merci encore pour votre présence sur World Pulse ! Respectueusement, Aurore

Aurore
Sep 24, 2012
Sep 24, 2012

I am a female educator. During my whole youth, I did not have the opportunity to pursue my studies because of the troubles my country has been through. My vision makes me want more but I'm in lack of means.

(This is an English translation of this blog post)

Noriah Ismail
Oct 10, 2012
Oct 10, 2012

Nyamwezi Sukuru,

Welcome to World Pulse, there are many ways to pursue education if you are patient and strong willed enough to

do it. You can even do it free online such as through PEOI which provides a free online education to everyone and it's

certified by UN. Good luck!

gaurav.nakhare
Oct 13, 2012
Oct 13, 2012

Hi Nyamwezi,

Thanks for sharing this, it's great news that you feel the urge to learn more. But remember, the very fact that you've begun means that you're half way done - using online resources and websites like coursera.org for free university material, or simply going over books at a library close by would be great jump-starts to learning in the field that you choose. I'd love to hear about your plans as they evolve!

Best.

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi
Oct 15, 2012
Oct 15, 2012

Dear Nyamwezi, thank you for sharing this with us. As long as you have the will to study you will never fail to study. I want to encourage you to always check on the internet for scholarships and also there should be some form of adult education in your country. You have to try and look for these opportunities. If i come across some i will definitely let you know. Otherwise do not give up. Thank you for being strong my sister and God bless you and guide you in all your en devours.

ChicagoGirl
Oct 16, 2012
Oct 16, 2012

Nyamwezi, I'm honored to read your entry. Thank you for your service as an educator and for your bravery in sharing your story and your vision. You have come to a good place to start seeking your vision. The women here will support you and help you find what you need to pursue your dreams. Tell us more about what you want to study and learn! I'm sure there is information online to get you started.

Bless you!

Flora Sussely
Nov 14, 2012
Nov 14, 2012

Nyamwezi,

You are already helping by adding your voice and letting others know you care about and want to strengthen your world, our world.

Thank you for your words and your intentions. You are inspiring others. We need your voice.

~flora