J’avais terminé mes études en Informatique de Gestion, dans l’objectif d’être outillé pour aider les autres femmes à s’épanouir et se prendre en charge par ce qu’il ya un adage qui dit : « si tu me donne un poisson je mangerais mais si tu m’apprends à pêché, je n’aurais jamais fain ». En effet, j’avais eu un problème quand mon père était décédé, je ne pouvais pas évoluer avec mes études supérieures, dont G3 comme Analyste programmeur. Difficulté rencontrer, j’ ai œuvré dans une ONG : La Voix de Sans Voix ni Liberté pendant 9 ans et j’avais été remercié, l'ancien patron était décédé , le successeur m'avais chassé, motif j’avais demandé mes arriérées de 7 mois , privé de mes droits, sans être notifié par une lettre de révocation ; il fallu un temps pour se remettre et penser à faire autre chose. Je n’ai pas voulu m’arrêté étant donné que j’étais formatrice des femmes et filles vulnérables, hélas quelle sera le sort de ces femmes, filles qui attendaient de moi, leurs transformations des idées pour façonner leurs avenir. Il faut faire face à un obstacle, malgré le circonstance qui se surgira percé de l’avant pour vaincre.

English translation by community member JDelta09

I finished my studies in IT management with the purpose to be useful and help others women to flourish, and to teach them how to support themselves. There is an old saying, “if you give me a fish, I will eat, but if you teach me how to fish, then I will never be hungry.” in fact, I had a problem when my father passed away; I couldn't continue with my studies in G3, as a analyst. After this difficult time, I worked with an ONG, called “La Voix de Sans Voix ni Liberté,” for over nine years. When my last boss died, his successor fired me and told me to leave, when I asked him for my paycheck from the last seven months. Without a warning, my rights were taken away. It took me some time to move on and to think about doing something else with my life. I didn't want to stop helping out vulnerable girls and women. What's going to happen to those women and girls, who were expecting my help to transform their future? It's necessary to face an obstacle; even though, it does not matter in what circumstances we are in, we need to keep going, digging deeper and deeper.

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I finished my studies in IT management with the purpose to be useful and help others women to flourish, and to teach them how to support themselves. There is an old saying, “if you give me a fish, I will eat, but if you teach me how to fish, then I will never be hungry.” in fact, I had a problem when my father passed away; I couldn't continue with my studies in G3, as a analyst. After this difficult time, I worked with an ONG, called “La Voix de Sans Voix ni Liberté,” for over nine years. When my last boss died, his successor fired me and told me to leave, when I asked him for my paycheck from the last seven months. Without a warning, my rights were taken away. It took me some time to move on and to think about doing something else with my life. I didn't want to stop helping out vulnerable girls and women. What's going to happen to those women and girls, who were expecting my help to transform their future? It's necessary to face an obstacle; even though, it does not matter in what circumstances we are in, we need to keep going, digging deeper and deeper.

Merci beaucoup madame pour avoir partagé votre experience avec nous. J'espère que avec votre aide beaucoup des femmes serent préparés pour les obstacles qu'elles vont faire face dans l'avenir. Je vous admire beaucoup.