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les mamans dans leurs associations

les mamans shujaa travaillent dans leurs associations mais elles se hertaient au beaucoup des difficultes dans leurs groupe des mamans . par exemple ; s' il ya l'une de lui qui tombe malade . avoir unaccident de mortalite pour aide son conlengue il faut une sensibilisation a toute les membre de l' association pour la recolte de quelque chose a l' intervation de le victime . elles ont comme difficultes de maquement de moyens financier pour aide la caisse de l' association et pour le developpement de l' association. un autres difficulte que nous rencontrions dans nos association different ; les mamans ont les courages defair les rencontre souvent 2fois par semaine mais par maque de la place pour exerce leurs activites . elles se reunissent une fois par semaine fait a bukavu le 29/08/2012

English translation by PulseWire member saskia

The Mothers and Their Club

The mamans shujaa worked in their club, but they found themselves facing many worries in their group for example if one of them got sick, or had a fatale accident. One needs to be sensitive to all members of the club so that if something happens everyone can ban together and intervene on the victim’s behalf. Other difficulties they face are a lack of funds to help the club develop. The mamans shujaa have the courage to hold meetings twice a week but without any available space or location to hold the meetings, they only meet once a week at Bukavu.

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Heidi's picture

Hi Hamisi

Hello Hamisi,
I have enjoyed hearing about the Mamans Shujaa through World Pulse ... what has been your experience so far? Your ideas on how to improve the gatherings sound possible. Have you felt a sense of community gathering? How can you ban together to support one another further? I would love to hear your ideas and solutions to help strengthen such an amazing group. Change can be slow but voices like your own can only inspire the process to move faster. Best wishes and I would love to hear more from you!
Much love,
Heidi

jacquesato's picture

Thanks Hamisi

Do you think more international cooperation is needed for Mamans Shujaa to continue operating?

Jacqueline

Ali Shahidy's picture

It's really difficult

It should be too hard for her to take care of all those - work, club, people, etc. Especially for a woman in a country like Congo. She might have had too many other problems and faced harassment too. So that even makes it harder.

Ali Shahidy

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