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VIOLENCE CHEZ LES FEMMES

Mes chers amis bonjour comment vont les jours nous ici chez nous a l'est de RDC les difficulté par ce que aujourd’hui dans les avant midi j'ai étais de passage chez un homme dans le quartier de panze ou j'ai rencontré 22filles violées et 12enfants qui sont les fruits de victime de viol,ces filles sont venu du village uniquement pour demander l'aide dans une association quelconque du quartier qui n'a pas encore de soutien ou de bailleur de fonds,mais malheureusement elles sont la entrain de sillonner,elles n'ont pas ni à manger ni les médicaments et même les habits, si vous pouvez songez sur eux s'il vous plait .
Merci les amies

English translation by PulseWire member LightMyWay

Violence Towards Women

My dear friends, hello. How are things? We here in Eastern DRC do have troubles. This morning, I was visiting a man in a nearby district, where I met 22 girls who have been raped, and 12 children engendered by these rapes. These girls had come from a village in search of help from one of the local organizations, which no longer has any backing or benefactors. But unfortunately there the girls were, on their way to find it. They have nothing to eat, no medicine, not even any clothing. Please think of them. Thank you, friends.

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LightMyWay's picture

Merci

Ma chère Kabene,

Il est choquant et triste de lire votre témoignage. Est-il aussi bizarre de voir une telle scène chez vous ? Ou est-ce qu’il est assez commun de voir tant de ces victimes qui cherchent le soutien en vain ? Je pense à eux et à vous, Kabene. Merci d’avoir partagé votre témoignage sur PulseWire ; s’il vous plaît, continuez à élever votre voix. Nous vous écoutons.

Chaleureusement,
LightMyWay
(Lydia)

My dear friends, hello. How are things? We here in Eastern DRC do have troubles. This morning, I was visiting a man in a nearby district, where I met 22 girls who have been raped, and 12 children engendered by these rapes. These girls had come from a village in search of help from one of the local organizations, which no longer has any backing or benefactors. But unfortunately there the girls were, on their way to find it. They have nothing to eat, no medicine, not even any clothing. Please think of them. Thank you, friends.

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