ACT NOW

SIMON MUREU
Posted September 30, 2020 from Kenya

 A STORY  in the latest Issue of New Humanitarian is all scaring---over 50 women  in Congo DRC are sexually  abused

by what is said to be health workers during the Ebola times .THIS is more THAN  we can take in this modern times in the Africa continent.The government in Kinshasa must wake up ,investigate this heart breaking matter

How can people come to help only to more worse than Ebola ----The president in this country must wake up and tell the truth of this matter.The world is waiting The well being of our sisters matter

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Nini Mappo
Oct 01
Oct 01

Hello Simon,
That is sad indeed, and action is needed from powers that be. But the continued conflict in the Congo is not helping the situation. It truly is unthinkable in our times.

Millynairi
Oct 03
Oct 03

Hello Simon,
That's quite sad. I hope and pray the government of Kinshasa will take action. Thanks for sharing.

ikirimat
Oct 04
Oct 04

Thank you for standing by your sister. This abuse and impunity must indeed stop. Your voice matters

Kabahenda
Oct 04
Oct 04

Hello Simon,
Thank you very much for your concern for the plight of women in the DRC. The situation has prevailed for decades now. It is a highly distressful situation and apparently, the governments, former and previous, have not been able to arrest it.

This should a concern of the African Union and perhaps women of the world, and concerned men, Ngos, and other human rights organizations need to hold the AU accountable. The UN also needs to intervene.
It has been going on for so long. It is intolerable. It is inhuman and it is a crime against humanity.