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VIOLENCE DOMESTIQUE

un papa a violer la fille de sa femme quand la mère été aller chercher de l'eau ,comme je vous l'est déjà dit l'eau est une grande difficulté se maintenant a l’absence de la maman que ce papa s’était mis a la violer l'enfant été age de 9mois seulement après avoir terminer sa salle besogne l'homme appris fuite.ce quant la maman été de retour qu'elle a retrouver l'enfant entrer de pleurer est qu'elle est remplit de sang .
ça fait vraiment si mal au cœur voir comment les femmes continue a être violer du jour au jour est sur toute les ages .je demanderai a ce que notre communauté woldpulse nous aide a sensibiliser tout les monde pour mettre fin a toutes ses violences faites a la femme congolaise en générale est surtout celles du sud Sud-Kivu en particulier.

English translation by PulseWire member Nita

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

A father raped his wife’s daughter when the mother went to fetch water. As I already told you, getting water is a great difficulty. It was in the absence of the mother that this papa raped the 9 months old child. After completing this nasty task he ran away. It’s when the mother came back that she met the child crying and full of blood.

It really pains the heart to see how women are continually raped from day to day in all ages.
I'll ask that our World Pulse community to help us sensitize everyone in order to end these abuses against the Congolese woman in general and those of southern South Kivu in particular.

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

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Nita's picture

qui est le pere de cet enfant

Bonjour Mme Riziki,
Merci pour votre contribution
Le papa qui a viole cet enfant, est le pere de l'enfant
Si oui, ce pas seulement un viol mais inceste aussi
C'est dommage

NITA

Nita's picture

Translation

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

A father raped his wife’s daughter when the mother went to fetch water. As I already told you, getting water is a great difficulty. It was in the absence of the mother that this papa raped the 9 months old child. After completing this nasty task he ran away. It’s when the mother came back that she met the child crying and full of blood.

It really pains the heart to see how women are continually raped from day to day in all ages.
I'll ask that our World Pulse community to help us sensitize everyone in order to end these abuses against the Congolese woman in general and those of southern South Kivu in particular.

NITA

Riziki Bisonga's picture

ce sont pere

bonjour Mme NITA , tu ne peut pas le croire le boulot est sont père ,ici nous vivons des moments très difficile,
ce vraiment déplorable vous ne pouvez pas le croire mais l'histoire est vraie est réelle.imaginez vous l’état de sa mère.ce pourquoi nous demandons une aide pour voir comment mettre fin a tout ceci.

Jan K Askin's picture

Child Rape

Dear Riziki,

Words are inadequate to describe the outrage of an infant rape. That the rapist is allowed to run away defies human decency.

We must continue to publicize these outrages; I thank you for your courage in broadcasting this sad story.

Your sister in California,

Jan

Jan Askin

Lehner's picture

Dear Riziki, What a a horror!

Dear Riziki,

What a a horror! You are brave to share such a horrendous story but hopefully the more these stories are shared, the more knowledge we have, will propel each of us individually and communities as a whole into action so the communities the world over are a safer place for our daughters.

Best Wishes

Monica

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