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by sandra omba | November 10, 2012 at 7:15 AM |
sandra omba's Journal
une forte pluie qui a causé plus cinq mort dans la province du sud-kivu en rdc dans le territoire de kalehe
English translation by PulseWire member Nita
Heavy rain caused five dead in the South Kivu province in the DRC Kalehe
Merci pour votre contribution
Les gens tués par la pluie sont les femmes?
Si oui, disons que meme la pluie est contre les femmes?
Thank you so much for writing and being a part of the WorldPulse community. You wrote a a powerful line, but I would love to read more from you.
It seems heavy rains, hurricanes, and tornadoes continue to cause great damage and threaten the lives and livelihoods of people around the globe, while world leaders continue to cover their heads while failing to address issue of global warming. The powerful continue to ignore scientific evidence, while humanity suffers.
Failure to act is a form of violence.
Were the five dead in South Kivu women? Were any efforts made to assist them? The rains probably caused more suffering in a region suffering political strife.
I am holding you in my thoughts,
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