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Les femmes d'ici chez soufre beaucoup elles partent eux même travaille pour maintenir la survie de leur famille ,elles font de travaille dure que une femme ne devrai pas faire par exemple déboucher les caniveaux ,transporter des lourdes bagage
elle vivent au taux du jour . Elles arrivent chaque jour tard dans leur maison et fatigue tout en amènent la nourriture et c'est encore elle qui doit préparer à manger c'est pourquoi elles sont obligée de d'acheter les aliment à faible pouvoir nutritif leur enfant ne sont pas bien nourri et étudient difficilement leur marie sont déjà mort et d'autre irresponsable . Merci

English translation by PulseWire member sarahplew

Women here suffer a lot [sic] they leave themselves to work to keep alive their family, they do hard work that a woman should not do [sic] for example clear out cutters, transport heavy baggage.
They live on the daily rate. They arrive home late and tired every day bringing home all the food and that's why they must buy weak and unhealthy food. Their child is not well nourished and does not go to school easily [sic] their husbands are already dead or others are irresponsible. Thank you.

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sarahplew's picture

Translation

Women here suffer a lot [sic] they leave themselves to work to keep alive their family, they do hard work that a woman should not do [sic] for example clear out cutters, transport heavy baggage.
They live on the daily rate. They arrive home late and tired every day bringing home all the food and that's why they must buy weak and unhealthy food. Their child is not well nourished and does not go to school easily [sic] their husbands are already dead or others are irresponsible. Thank you.

Dear Amynalydia,

Thank you for speaking up for your community.

Even though you message is short, it is quite profound.

You did quite well for this first assignment!

Keep writing.

Dr.Noriah Ismail
Senior Lecturer
Academy of Language Studies
UiTM Segamat Johor
Malaysia

LauraB's picture

Speaking for your community

Amynalydia,

You strong and clear thinking to speak for the women in your community. I admire that strength
very much and I hope that you will continue to write on the behalf of women in your community and
share your insights.

Best to you,

Laura

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