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Violences faites ala femme propositions,ma vision,solution, conclusion

Parler de la violence faite a la femme est un sujet très complexe ,beaucoup d'organisations on fait de ça un projet pour s'enrichir mais les pauvres citoyennes son t restes dans la même condition de vie .Plus d'une femme est violée, violentée dans les ménages que dans les lieux de service, de culte et autres milieux sociaux. Certaines d'elles sont violées ,violentées sans qu'elles ne le sachent, d'autres par complexe d’infériorité et surtout le cas étonnant c'est de voir la femme travailleuse qu'on croyait informée de ses droits et devoirs se laisser violer,violée par son chef de service ou patron lui promettant une promotion. Alors, pour parler a cette difficulté,il faudrait procéder par une sensibilisation de porte a porte en vie de forme et informer la femme ou la fille sur les violences faites a son égard mais aussi de ses droits et devoirs a la violence ne serait qu'une éducation insuffisante,car beaucoup des femmes se laissent violer par leur mauvais accoutrement ignorant qu'elles peuvent aussi être auteurs des violence. Raison pour la qu'elle l’éducation sur les violence doit être suffisante.après ça aider financièrement les femmes afin de pouvoir mener des actions judiciaires contre les auteurs des violences faites a son égard quelque soit leurs statuts et rangs sociaux.je ne resterai pas muette sans parler de l’insécurité qui règne en maitre dans la province du sud-kivu.souvent a bukavu lors qu'on est insEcurise on se demande auprès de qui recourir.chose grave lors qu'on a pas des moyens financiers on meurt comme un rat aux yeux même des autorités. l'argent est de première nécessite au kivu ,l' infraction après. Pendant la nuit n'en parlons pas,les services charges de faire la ronde ne circulent que dans des véhicules sur dans la ville d' autre coins sont abandonnes a leur triste sort. en conclusion la vie macabre que mène les kivutiennnes et kivutiens de bukavu selon moi est du au manque de communication entre les dirigeants et diriges.La solution paleative a ces defits ne serait que former et informer les citoyens et et citoyennes de leurs droits et devoirs,une fois toutes les couches atteintes,mener des poursuite judiciaires contre tous les auteurs des infractions des violences faites a la femme sans distinction aucune.Merci da Neema je vient de répondre aux questions que vous m'aviez demande.

English translation by PulseWire member MESSA

Violence against women is a very sensible topic. Several organizations got involved to enrich themselves while the poor women were left in the same condition, their rights violated both at work and in their homes. More than one woman is a victim of violence both at work and in their household as well as social milieus. Some of them their rights are violated without them even noticing it due to inferiority complex. It is surprising to see the working woman we thought was aware of her rights being maltreated by her superior at work or her boss promising her advancement. In order to deal with this, one should proceed from a door to door sensitization of the girl and the woman about the different forms of violations she could face as well as of her rights and obligations. Without this, the fight will be insufficient. Several women’s rights are violated due to their dressing meanwhile they could as well be authors of such violations, the reason why education of women’s rights must be sufficient.
Moreover, women should be given financial assistance to help them undertake judicial actions against those that violate their rights notwithstanding their social rank. Insecurity is reigning in South Kivu. Here in Bukavu, there’s no one to turn to on the issue of insecurity. Also, when one does not have finances, one can die like a rat even in front of the authority. Money come first and crime second. At night, the case is worst. Those in charge of security loiter around in their vehicles only in certain areas while others are left to their fate.
The macabre life the Kivutians of Bukavu live in my opinion is as a result of poor communication between leaders. A solution could be found by training and informing citizens on their rights and obligations. Once all classes are covered, law proceedings should be carried against all those who perpetrate violence against women without distinction.
Thanks to Neema. I just answered the questions you asked me to.

This story was written for World Pulse’s Ending Violence Against Women Digital Action Campaign.

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MESSA's picture

vous avez raison

Bonjour à vous et merci pour votre article

moi je suis du même avis que vous que la situation de la violence faite aux femmes doit être regardé de près parce qu'elle est très sensible comme thème.

tout de même, je pense que beaucoup repose sur la femme elle même.

c'est la raison pour laquelle l'éducation reste très importante pour la jeune fille et la femme.

Ainsi, elle prendra mieux connaissance de ses droits et de ses devoirs.

Une fois de plus merci
Cordialement MESSA

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

MESSA's picture

Translation

Violence against women is a very sensible topic. Several organizations got involved to enrich themselves while the poor women were left in the same condition, their rights violated both at work and in their homes. More than one woman is a victim of violence both at work and in their household as well as social milieus. Some of them their rights are violated without them even noticing it due to inferiority complex. It is surprising to see the working woman we thought was aware of her rights being maltreated by her superior at work or her boss promising her advancement. In order to deal with this, one should proceed from a door to door sensitization of the girl and the woman about the different forms of violations she could face as well as of her rights and obligations. Without this, the fight will be insufficient. Several women’s rights are violated due to their dressing meanwhile they could as well be authors of such violations, the reason why education of women’s rights must be sufficient.
Moreover, women should be given financial assistance to help them undertake judicial actions against those that violate their rights notwithstanding their social rank. Insecurity is reigning in South Kivu. Here in Bukavu, there’s no one to turn to on the issue of insecurity. Also, when one does not have finances, one can die like a rat even in front of the authority. Money come first and crime second. At night, the case is worst. Those in charge of security loiter around in their vehicles only in certain areas while others are left to their fate.
The macabre life the Kivutians of Bukavu live in my opinion is as a result of poor communication between leaders. A solution could be found by training and informing citizens on their rights and obligations. Once all classes are covered, law proceedings should be carried against all those who perpetrate violence against women without distinction.
Thanks to Neema. I just answered the questions you asked me to.

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

jap21's picture

Hi Masirikae

This situation is terrible, and it is even more so because there is no authority to help you. But things do not change just because somenone else does something, they begin to change when WE do something. And the first thing we should do, is watch for our families, more than we watch for our stuff. This means taking care of ourselves, our lives and the life of everything around us, and being responsible for our own actions.

Remember what they say "Learn how to finish something before even starting to do it", and this means that we need to have an objective so that we know when we finish the task. It is better to go step by step.

Let us see. If women need to have more money, we need to find them jobs, we need to open possibilities, but it will not be easy if the government does not do its part. So, you must begin somewhere. If this is the most stressing part, you can begin there. The objective is then, clear: begin to make your own job, build your possibility. When you are able to do that, you will be able to create jobs for other women. And you will be able to stand up to the government and make yourself be heard.

Write a lot. Tell us your ideas a lot more, and read a lot more of what is said in this community.

It is very nice to meet you and to know the women of Bukavu count with you.

Best regards,

Jacqueline

Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America
www.jap21.wordpress.com

MsCadet's picture

Masirikae, J'ai vraiment

Masirikae,

J'ai vraiment apprecie les solutions que vous avez suggere pour resoudre les problems de violence contre les femmes.

La sensibilisation de porte a porte que vous avez suggere, peut etre, les propres femmes de bukavu peuvent informer les autres contre la violence.

Que pensez vous de cette idee? je crois que parfois, c'est nous qui doit commencer la lutte mais je sais que c'est difficile sans l'argent.

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