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probleme de femme a milier rural

Ici chez nous il y a des femmes analphabete mais surtout des villagoise qui ingorent presque tous.Elles sont condamnées d'aller chaque jour au champs .Elles sont confrontées a de très nombreux problemes,leur produit recoltes sont vendu a un prix médiocre. Elles ignorent les technique cultural,leur champs ne sont pas fertilisés ,elles n'ont des produit phytosanitaire pour que leur rendement croissent .Leur enfant sont mal nourri ,ne sont pas scolarisés.Nous vous priyons de pleder pour ce cas merci.

English translation by PulseWire member sarahplew

Here where we live there are illiterate women but especially villagers who are ignorant to nearly everything. They are condemned to go into the fields each day. They are confronted by numerous problems, their harvested products are sold at a mediocre price. They don't know cultural techniques, their fields are not fertilized, they don't have phytosanitary products so that they grow efficiently. Their children are malnourished, are not educated. We ask you to support this case. Thank you.

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sarahplew's picture

Translation

Here where we live there are illiterate women but especially villagers who are ignorant to nearly everything. They are condemned to go into the fields each day. They are confronted by numerous problems, their harvested products are sold at a mediocre price. They don't know cultural techniques, their fields are not fertilized, they don't have phytosanitary products so that they grow efficiently. Their children are malnourished, are not educated. We ask you to support this case. Thank you.

Kadeen's picture

Thanks for telling your story

Hello Aminalidia,

Your story is very informative. This first hand experience is what is needed to inform the public and show what other women is going through in places like where you live.

You asked for support, can you say more about the kind of support these women need to make their life better?

Thanks again for your telling your story.

Kadeen

Kadeen Dennie
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Pulsewire Magazine
kadeenphd@gmail.com

aminalydia's picture

Bonjour cher Kadeen

Les femmes ont besoin d’être instruite ,d'avoir quelqu’un qui peut les montrée l'importance de l'agriculture , l'importance de produit phytosanitaire,des engrais ,comment,nourrir les enfant pour avoir une bonne santé ,comment avoir de meilleur rendement ,comment elle peuvent maitre en valeur leur produit récolté merci que Dieu vous bénisse.

Debra Engle's picture

Thank you for your story

Your story is compelling because it addresses many problems and shows how they are all related. The solutions begin with education, don't they?

Like Kadeen, I would like to learn more about the kinds of support women need. It sounds as though you see the "big picture" and can be a strong voice for change. Thank you for bringing your story to the world.

Deb Engle
Listener

Rebecca Tomac's picture

Share the Knowledge

Aminalydia;

There is nothing more important than education; and it is the ONE thing you acquire which nobody can take! It is good that you have access to the internet which can be a wealth of information. The first step is sharing the knowledge you have. Would it be possible to start a village meeting where you could meet once a week and share information? There are also many world organizations that help with agriculture; every chance you get to send out a letter to one of these organizations you should do so! Something you could do on your own would be to research the internet. Also know that sustainable agriculture can be as productive as protection products which can be VERY DANGEROUS to your ecosystem. There are many "natural" ways to both protect and fertilize plants without using chemicals. Research "sustainable agriculture" if you have the chance! Also, write a form letter mentioning all the concerns you have above to World Food Organizations who may be able to help in your part of the world! If you have the internet, you have the resources! Spend time weekly learning new ideas; bring them to others you work next to, and report what worked and what didn't. The key is working together; educating one another.
As for the health of the children; once the women learn what is healthy for adults/themselves the children will be healthy! When a parent lives a healthy lifestyle; that is what the children are taught and all will fall in line. I really urge you to contact the World Health Organization/WHO or one of the many groups linked through the WHO website. Another organization for you to contact would be "Every Women Every Child" organization. Here is an email for everywomeneverychild.org: information@everywomaneverychild.org. They very well may have someone in the area for you to contact for help as they offer MANY programs to help women in EXACTLY your situation.
Hope this information helped; good luck on your educational journey and NEVER STOP LEARNING...NEVER STOP SHARING the knowledge!

God Bless you Also!

Rebecca
Self Educated & EDUCATOR
Michigan, USA

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