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le role d'une femme dans la societe ou dans le monde entier

la femme est un element necessaire dans le mode entier .une femme est une element educatif dans la societe et danslemonde entiers .siune femme n'estpas une element educatif vraiment c'est toute une nation qui vont perdre leurs personalite humaine .c'est pourquoi nousdisons que une femme eduquer c'esttoute une nation qui est eduquer. la plupart c'estla femme qui passe un grand temps avec la famille .papa a un peu du temps apasse avec la famille.

English translation by PulseWire member ambrob13

The woman is a necessary part of the world. A woman is the educational element in society and in the world. If a woman is not educated, really, it is an entire nation that will lose their human spirit. That is why we say that an educated woman is an educated nation. For the most part, it is the woman that spends most of her time with the family. The father has only a little bit of time to spend with the family.

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ambrob13's picture

Bonjour Hamisi. Merci

Bonjour Hamisi. Merci beaucoup pour partager vos pensées sur l’importance de l’education des femmes. A votre avis, est-ce qu’il y a des étapes que le gouvernement dans votre communaute peut prendre pour améliorer l’accès a l’éducation pour les femmes?

En Solidarité,
Adele

ambrob13's picture

English Translation

The woman is a necessary part of the world. A woman is the educational element in society and in the world. If a woman is not educated, really, it is an entire nation that will lose their human spirit. That is why we say that an educated woman is an educated nation. For the most part, it is the woman that spends most of her time with the family. The father has only a little bit of time to spend with the family.

Jan K Askin's picture

D'Accord

Dear Hamisi,

I will carry this quote from your article with me always. "An educated woman is an educated nation." Educating women worldwide is critical to the progress of the world! Thanks you for your conviction.

Your sister in the United States,

Jan

Jan Askin

melanief7's picture

Thank you for sharing

You are so right Hamisi and yet women all over the world have had to fight and continue to fight for the right to education. It takes the strength of women to gain such rights that will allow future generations access to education. It takes the awareness of everyone to reach this goal so thank you for putting your thoughts out there and opening people's eyes to the importance of women and education.

sallysmithr's picture

Love it!

I love "an educated woman is an education nation"!! We are strong and it is great to see that we continue to fight for our right to education and don't back down even when we face barriers. Thank you so much for sharing!

Sally

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