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LES FRAIS SCOLAIRE EN REP DEM DU CONGO

Ici dans notre pays la prime des élevés perturbe beaucoup l’éducation .Chaque le 25 du moi dans toute les écoles les chefs des établissement procédé au recouvrement forcée des élevés a cause de la prime. C'est sont les parents qui payent les enseignants.Plusieurs enfants non scolarises a cause de la pauvreté de leurs parents mener par des guerres multiple ,leur milieux de vie constitues les champs de batailles,
Aujourd’hui les enfants sont en plaine examen du premier trimestre mais parce que les parents non pas encore payer la majorité des enfants ont été chasser de l’école ils non pas droit aux examens. on retrouve des filles dans la rue et par déception nombreuse d'entre eux font de mariage precosse avec des vieux papa parfois c'est sont ceux qui ont perdu leur épouse pendent la guerre Le tau de mortalité est trop élevé suite aux accouchements a haut risque, la mère et son bébé meurt.ceux qui ont chance de survivre mentent une vie déplorable sans aucune occupation avec des stresses des traumatismes de tout genre

Nous demandons a ce que la guerre finisse au Congo.
Que les congolais se réjouissent de la richesse de leur pays.
Que le mot prime dis paresse au Congo.
Que l’État congolais reconnaisse les droits des enfants congolais .
l’éducation c'est un droit et non une faveur .

Au revoir et au plaisir

English translation by PulseWire member jnwatki2

Translation of the blog: Les Frais Scolaire en Republique Demoncratique du Congo
The Cost of School in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Here in our country the cost of school prevents many from receiving an education. On the 25th of each month in all schools, the principles of the establishments initiated a plan for students because of the cost of school. These are the parents who pay the teachers. Several children who are uneducated because of the poverty of their parents brought about by multiple wars, the center of their lives constitutes battlefields. Today, children are given full consideration during the first trimester but because the parents have not yet paid, the majority of children have been chased away from school; they are not entitled to examinations. We find girls in the road and by deception a great number among them marry prematurely with old men sometimes these are those who have lost their mate during the war. The mortality rated is too high following high risks births, the mother and her baby die. Those who are lucky to survive live a deplorable life without a job also with traumatic stress of all kinds. We ask when the war will end in Congo. That the Congolese will rejoice over the riches of their country. That saying the word prime will disappear and that the Congolese state recognizes the rights of Congolese children and that education is a right and not a favor.
By and it was a pleasure

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Translation of the blog: Les Frais Scolaire en Republique Demoncratique du Congo
The Cost of School in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Here in our country the cost of school prevents many from receiving an education. On the 25th of each month in all schools, the principles of the establishments initiated a plan for students because of the cost of school. These are the parents who pay the teachers. Several children who are uneducated because of the poverty of their parents brought about by multiple wars, the center of their lives constitutes battlefields. Today, children are given full consideration during the first trimester but because the parents have not yet paid, the majority of children have been chased away from school; they are not entitled to examinations. We find girls in the road and by deception a great number among them marry prematurely with old men sometimes these are those who have lost their mate during the war. The mortality rated is too high following high risks births, the mother and her baby die. Those who are lucky to survive live a deplorable life without a job also with traumatic stress of all kinds. We ask when the war will end in Congo. That the Congolese will rejoice over the riches of their country. That saying the word prime will disappear and that the Congolese state recognizes the rights of Congolese children and that education is a right and not a favor.
By and it was a pleasure

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Namavu,
Merci pour votre commentaire sur la prime de l'education en Afrique. J’etais vraiment touchée par la triste situation de votre pays. J’espère que dans l’avenir que la situation va changer. Je suis d’accord avec toi quand tu as souligné l’importance que le gouvernement doit faire des lois qui peut protéger les enfants et les uns sans des parents. Continuez-vous à crier. Une change va venir si tu continues à parler sans cesse.

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