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Exigeons le retour du Dr Mukwenge

Bonjour

Nous nous rallions à plusieurs autres milliers des personnes qui exiger le retour du Dr Mukwenge . Voilà que dernièrement les femmes rurales qui recevaient l'aide du Dr dans le cadre de la sécurité alimentaire ont amené les produits de leurs champs pour contribuer au paiement du billet de retour de ce dernier. Exemple les femme de la territoire d'Idjwi ont apporté les ananas, celle de Kavumu, les choux, celles de Nyatende les amarantes etc... ceci montre combien de fois sa présence est nécessaire car a part les malades les mal nourris aussi ont besoin de lui. J'espère que les journaux ne tombent pas dans les oreilles des sourds. l4Etat Congolais, le gouvernement provincial du Sud Kivu, La Communauté Internationale, la Francophonie, l'Union Africaine, L'ONU..... tous vous êtes concernés, ayez pitié de ces pauvres familles en général et ces femmes en particulier, réfléchissez y et Dieu vous bénira encore d'avantage

English translation by community member maggie_dziubek

We are joining with many other people who are demanding the return of Dr. Mukwenge. There are, recently, rural women who have received help from the doctor in the form of food security who have brought products to their fields to contribute to paying for his last return ticket. For example, the women of the territory of Idjwi have brought pineapples, those from Kavumu, cabbages, those from Nyatende amaranth, etc. This shows how much his presence is necessary partly for the ill, also the malnourished, who need him. I hope that the papers do not fall on deaf ears. The Congolese state, the provincial government of South Kivu, the international community, the Francophonie, the African Union, the UN...you all are concerned, have pity on these poor families in general, and these women in particular, reflect on this and God will bless you even more.

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We are joining with many other people who are demanding the return of Dr. Mukwenge. There are, recently, rural women who have received help from the doctor in the form of food security who have brought products to their fields to contribute to paying for his last return ticket. For example, the women of the territory of Idjwi have brought pineapples, those from Kavumu, cabbages, those from Nyatende amaranth, etc. This shows how much his presence is necessary partly for the ill, also the malnourished, who need him. I hope that the papers do not fall on deaf ears. The Congolese state, the provincial government of South Kivu, the international community, the Francophonie, the African Union, the UN...you all are concerned, have pity on these poor families in general, and these women in particular, reflect on this and God will bless you even more.

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Ruhebuza, Merci pour votre

Ruhebuza,

Merci pour votre contribution à World Pulse. Votre description des actions des femmes pour le retour de Dr. Mukwenge démontre combien il est important pour ces communautés. Je n'avais jamais entendu parler de Dr. Mukwenge, mais après avoir lit votre poste, j'ai fait un peu de recherche du docteur. Il est un personne interessant.

Merci encore!

Maggie

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