African woman pt 2

SIMON MUREU
Posted June 30, 2018 from Kenya

I have been an advocate for women for long and at times I wonder whether UN-WOmen resolution agender  for African woman would EVER WORK.

We    are being told that more than 62 per cent of women in Ruanda are empowered and are in good position of goverment jobs but if one vist this country, one would be scared

of the level of poverty affected mother and young women.This is the same case in all African coutries

.G o to SOUTHERN SUDAN where due to along time conflicts ,women are been rape ,beaten up together with young girls and boys are miss used as militias and do nont for get THE UN-PEACE KEEPING FORCE ARE THERE

Where are we going to be if this mess continue taking place with the world goverments turning a blind eye

Today is me and tomorrow is just in the corner.

AFRICAN WOMEN need the support from all and Now.

we need to train them in as many skills

Creat all sorts of awareness

And donate more money for their causHelp them now

and help them  on how to manage climate changes at all time

Help THEM TAKE THEIR CHILDREN TO SCHOOLS

AND HAVE MEDICAL CARE

This need money that is not there and

we nedd to empower them on how to create jobs by undertaking small business

and small scale farming.I am wondering hwerer and who would help the-----

AS mothers ,fathers ,sisters and brothers and all people of good will ,

would you come a long and help all the mess?

Come on come all--

That child is crying in hunger,The mother do not have water

THE cows are all dead due to climate change and the once GREENLANDS  ARE NO MOR

Africa is no longer awake

This is where UN - RESOLUTIONS MAY NOT WORK

This post was submitted in response to #WealthofWomen.

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SIMON MUREU
Jun 30, 2018
Jun 30, 2018

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SIMON MUREU
Jun 30, 2018
Jun 30, 2018

This is what is Africa today

jlanghus
Jun 30, 2018
Jun 30, 2018

Hi Simon. Thanks for sharing your sad story on the state of affairs for many women in Africa. Don't you think the tides are changing, though? There must be some good happening. I hear so many good stories on here of good initiatives and forward-thinking plans. How do you think we can make more of an impact collectively to make more positive impact for women in African countries sooner rather than later?

Beth Lacey
Feb 19
Feb 19

Thank you for being a strong supporter of women

Naheda Shaikh
Mar 08
Mar 08

Hi,
Thank you for sharing the reality. Not only SA but in India women have same situation.
As a human man have to be sensible to them. Thank you, that you are not like them.
Regards,
Naheda