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L'injustice

Bonjour ,aujourd'hui je veut vous narrée une histoire qui s’était déroulée ici chez nous .Il y a une femme qui son mari était mort et ses quatre enfant .elle restait seulement avec son bébé qui avais trois mois ,la maman était aussi violée .Son mari l'avait laissée une parcelle et elle restait la bas avec son fils .un jour un homme riche de la ville était venu chez lui avec le cadastres pour mesurer la parcelle car il voulait commencer les construction ,la maman était étonnée

(Cette histoire se poursuit ici: http://worldpulse.com/node/58715)

English translation by PulseWire member milsgra

Hello, today I am going to narrate a story that took place here in our country. There was a woman whose husband were dead and her four children; She lived alone with her 3-month-old baby, she was also raped. Her husband had left her plot of land and she lived there with her son. One day a wealthy man of the city came to her house with the land register to measure her plot of land because he wanted to start building; the woman was shocked.

(This story continues here: http://worldpulse.com/node/58715)

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

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milsgra's picture

Translation

Hello, today I am going to narrate a story that took place here in our country. There was a woman whose husband were dead and her four children; She lived alone with her 3-month-old baby, she was also raped. Her husband had left her plot of land and she lived there with her son. One day a wealthy man of the city came to her house with the land register to measure her plot of land because he wanted to start building; the woman was shocked.

Rakiba's picture

So sorry!

See sister, all around the world we still can see this problems because we accept it. But no more time to accept. This is the high time to stand and turn against all sorts of violations and discrimination. Only,that can lead us to acheive our goal..

jap21's picture

Hi Aminalydia

There is something missing in this story: What did the woman do to overcome this situation?

If you could give us an insight on this, then it will teach us something. Did she let the man override her rights to the land? Did she fight for the land? What was the result?

It is always good to end the story by stating a solution to the problem. Will you please add an ending to your story? Thanks for making our comprehension easier.

Love,

Jackie

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

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