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Introducing myself and my journal: Kill one woman, you have killed a nation.

About Me:
I am M Yabadi, congolese, 37 years of age, married and living in South Africa. I am an holder of master degree in Multi-disciplinary Human Rrights from the University of Pretoria since 2010. Actually I am volunteering as a coordinator of women empowering at the Inner City ResourceCentre (NPO acting in the Johannesburg). I am interested in this post for two main reasons. First, as a congolese, I am suffering with my fellow sisters although I am not with them. Secondly, By my profession I pledge to defend human rights wherever it is needed.Thanks!

My Passions:
Human Rights' debates

My Challenges:
Being limited by financial needs

My Vision for the Future:
Eradicate violations of human rights (especially women's rights)from the entire world.

My Areas of Expertise:
Central Africa (DRC)

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Nusrat Ara's picture

Dear friend, Welcome to

Dear friend,

Welcome to PulseWire! You are now part of a thriving community of women from all parts of the world. See the PulseWire Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide

Please explore the site to meet the women and also find the groups of your interest.

I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

In friendship,

Nusrat

Nuru Maisha's picture

Dear friend, thank you for

Dear friend, thank you for this warm welcome. I am looking forward for a long friendship. regards

Merci beaucoup ma chère pour votre commentaire je suis très contante de vous lire et je le serais pour toujour mais suis désolé pour avoir repondu ce message avec retard car j'étais dans une autre province où la connection est toujour rare, alors il n'y avais pas moyen de me connecter, mais comme la grace Divine me permet encore de me reconnecter et j' ai le vif espoir que je vais continuer sans relâche mes demarches de publier mes articles et je brule cet envie de le faire.

Je souhaite encore te lire quand je vais publié un autre article!

usha kc's picture

Dear friend It’s my pleasure

Dear friend
It’s my pleasure to welcome you. You are now a voice among thousands of voices. I am sure you have a powerful voice to make the world changed.
Warm Welcome in this amazing platform, expectantly waiting your active participation.
Follow the link for getting started guide.
http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide
Warm Hug !
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Nuru Maisha's picture

Thank you dear, hope to

Thank you dear, hope to communicate more often. Kind regards

JULIE VUMILIA BATACHOKA's picture

Dear my friend I speak only

Dear my friend

I speak only french but i will read your message dont see my meastkes
Je suis très fiere de toi pour m'avoir accueilli dans cette famille de femme dans le monde entier et je vous suis très reconnaissante pour cela
Je vais comencer par mes excuses pour le retard que cette suite à connue car je m'étais déplacée pour un temps dans une autre province où il n'y avait pas la connection de l'internet alors je ne sais plus me connecter j'étais hors le monde.

Je suis décidé de me reconnecté et de publer les articles que j'aurais décroché les plus tôt possible et je serais très ravis de vous lire comme vous allez encore me repondre.

Julie VUMILIA

Nuru Maisha's picture

Hi everyone As we envisaged

Hi everyone

As we envisaged that a woman is the mother of a nation we say ‘kill a woman, you have killed a nation’. Consequently “save a women you have saved a nation”.
The rescue of women at the eastern DRC should be envisaged outside war and all its implications. Then we will engage in the intensification of education and the creation of awareness about human rights. This includes involving other governments of different countries of the world especially those undergoing any form of war in this struggle. We will further work on inserting in schools the “security programme”. This should consist of an approach to self defense, investigation and witness protection courses. Here the girls are taught at an earlier age how to deal with security issues. When they grow up, they will defend themselves and eventually defend their communities.
NM

JULIE VUMILIA BATACHOKA's picture

Thank you dear! Je parle

Thank you dear!

Je parle seulement français mais je suis entrain de planifier comment apprendre l'anglais pour pouvoir communiquer avec le monde exterieur qui correspond avec moi.

Je dois commencer par m'excuser pour le retard que ce message a connu c'est dû au fait que j'étais absente dans une autre province où il n'y a pas la connection de l'internnet pendant tout ce temps je n avais plus de vos nouvelles.

Espérant que comme je suis de retour dans ma ville où je serais connecté sans problème je vais continuer mes publication même si les autres sont déjà très loin je sais très bien qu'il n'est jamais tard dans la vie et surtout pour celui qui a toujour des idées.

Merci et j'espère te lire pour la prochaîne occation!

Julie VB

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