la femme est la manque d'eau

Riziki Bisonga
Posted October 29, 2012 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

Bukavu est une ville de la République Démocratique du Congo qui se trouve a l'est du pays. Dans cette ville trouver de l'eau est très difficile les femmes se réveil pendant la nuit pour aller chercher ou trouver de l'eau.elles peuvent marcher des kilomètres pour aller soit au lac soit à la rivière puiser de l'eau est cella fait que les femmes court des graves risques des violences. je me rappel un jour; j'ai envoyé ma fille de 17 ans aller chercher de l'eau a une distance de 5kilometres arriver en court de chemin elle a rencontrait 3 hommes qui ont demande à la fille de les suivre pour que ces derniers cherche pour elle de l'eau. mais arriver en route ils se sont mis a la violer la fille a crier au secourt mais en vin puisque les maisons sont très éloigner de la ville. Qu' est ce qui est a arriver a la fille elle été tomber évanoui jusque au petit matin retrouver par les passants est acheminer jusque a l’hôpital après avoir passer les examens médicaux les résultats ont dit qu'elle été enceinte toutes ses rêves ses sont atteint

English translation by PulseWire member ngalula

Woman and the Lack of WaterBukavu is a city in the Democratic Republic of Congo which is located to the east part of the country. Finding water in this city is very difficult. Women wake up during the night to get or find water. They can walk for miles to go either to the lake or the river to fetch water and that puts women at close distance to serious risks of violence. I recall one day I sent my 17 year old girl fetching water 5km-away and to take the short path she met three men who asked her to follow because they were also seeking water. But then they started to rape the girl who cried for rescues since the houses are very close to the city. That is what has happen to the girl. After falling unconscious until the morning she was found by passers who took her to the hospital. After some medical exams they confirmed she was pregnant. All her dreams faded away.

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Beatrice Ngalula Kabutakapua
Nov 26, 2012
Nov 26, 2012

Bukavu is a city in the Democratic Republic of Congo which is located to the east part of the country. Finding water in this city is very difficult. Women wake up during the night to get or find water. They can walk for miles to go either to the lake or the river to fetch water and that puts women at close distance to serious risks of violence. I recall one day I sent my 17 year old girl fetching water 5km-away and to take the short path she met three men who asked her to follow because they were also seeking water. But then they started to rape the girl who cried for rescues since the houses are very close to the city. That is what has happen to the girl. After falling unconscious until the morning she was found by passers who took her to the hospital. After some medical exams they confirmed she was pregnant. All her dreams faded away.

Ma. Guzman-Callano
Nov 29, 2012
Nov 29, 2012

I wish I was a lion who was there to defend the girl. But if came too late, I would still run after those brute and cut off their penises with a single bite each!

Pardon me for this outburst. I am just angry. Why would those men harm a helpless girl and leave her almost dead? Because their libido was oozing and they had to let it out? That is not an excuse! What they did was a crime and they must be punished!

But if they could get away with it, one day God will deal them. They could run but they could not hide for God is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent.

Still, they have a chance to reform. Saint Paul who wrote almost 50% of the New Testament of the Bible was a murderer. He killed millions of Christians and Jews being a captain in the Roman army. But when Jesus took away his eyesight for four days and rebuked him, Paul immediately changed and became Christ's most dedicated disciple and missionary..

The lesson is that even the vilest criminal could transform. The important thing is for them to admit their sins and commit to total reformation.

cece
Nov 30, 2012
Nov 30, 2012

I'm sorry to hear of this happening to your daughter, it made my heartache knowing that you can't even go and get water and be safe. This just isn't right. Keep having faith and hope that things will get better in time.

Love

Cece

Riziki Bisonga
Dec 07, 2012
Dec 07, 2012

chers mes dames c'est encore une immense foie de partager encore une foi mes chagrins. je comprend vos émotions par ce que ce qui a été fait sur la pauvre est impardonnable est inexcusable malheureusement la victime n'a pas eu comment reconnaitre ses voyous est aujourd'hui elle est la avec son pauvre fils qui ne connait son père .vous savez que ce qui arrive a un enfant qui n'a aucun papa; ce horrible imaginer ce que ressent la mère de l'enfant . la situation est grave

Susan Spencer
Dec 09, 2012
Dec 09, 2012

This story sickens and saddens my heart -- but it is important for us to hear all the same. Thank you for sharing this. Awareness is the first step, and action must soon follow. Let us hope your voice rising with others will help to break this cycle of abuse and the destruction of lives. Thank you for your courage in sharing this story. Susa