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Mom Shujaa on world pulse

Mom Shujaa on world pulse
She does not know how to read or write,
She does not know their rights, but knows his duties
It sustains the community by its income generating activities
It is prudent, agrees to die next to his children in war and neglect.
She renounces her beauty and her life to support her community
It is a hidden pillar of the domestic economy.
It is vital matrix unfortunately forgotten.
• Before discovering World Pulse
She cried without being comforted as she wept alone
She spoke without being heard because others spoke to her
She worked without anyone tell him thank you
She had the form of a slave
She believed that the world was predetermined for other
She thought she was destined to be ignorant and excluded taking decisions
She was suffering innocently in silence and nobody cares about her troubles
• Since it became a member of the World Pulse community
She broke the silence because it speaks for itself to accelerate its impact on the ground
It is heard outside of his country by other women in the world and even the White House
She shares her opinion and experience with sisters mom Shujaa other cultures
It is part of a family listening, console and supports: World Pulse
She took the microphone to demand their rights and denounce the executioners to turn them into friends
She discovers that she can change the world for his courage Mama Shujaa
She learns how to attract the world to recognize its quality and natural beauty
• His vision for the future
She dreams change his pain into creative power of global peace and brotherhood
She wants to be a woman committed to the development and protection of the global environment
She wants to revolutionize the global economy by providing good food to all Congolese
She agrees to train his daughters to become strong and competitive women leaders in the world
She dreams change the backward cultures respectful civilization Congolese women
She dreams hold the microphone to raise women's voices and accelerate their impact in the world
She dreams participate in making major decisions humanity for Congolese women
• The third world war is declared
Mom Shujaa against rape and gender-based violence, modern slavery
Mom Shujaa against illiteracy, ignorance of their rights, the passive silence and complusse
Mom Shujaa against economic dependence of women in the selfish and macho man
Mom Shujaa against all kinds of barrier between grassroots women and their sponsors
Mom Shujaa against retrogressive cultures and religions, political exclusion of women
Mom Shujaa against the destruction of the environment and non-renewable natural resources
Mom Shujaa against economic exploitation organized by the North against the South.

Comments

Kim Crane's picture

She raises her voice and inspires!

Thank you Brigitte for sharing this powerful vision which you are also putting into action!

Yes, thank you for your comment and especially for the question.
You know that when vision is illusion remains one personne.Mais if it is shared with others, it begins to become a realité.Le mentor program provides additional understanding and a framework for sharing our vision on the plight of women in our pays.Plus we share with others, the more we find ways of solutions for the future
thank you

BRIGITTE MAWAZO

wizamamat's picture

Mum Shugaa speaks!

Dear Brigitte
Thank you for submitting this prose, it is touching and it speaks to a lot of issues that women face in today's world. I would love to read more about how you think the mentor ship program will aid you in reaching your goals. I am so happy to know that you are one of the few women raising her voice in support of Congolese women. Yes, speak MAma SHugaa against gender based violence, rape and illiteracy.

es, thank you for your comment and especially for the question.
You know that when vision is illusion remains one personne.Mais if it is shared with others, it begins to become a realité.Le mentor program provides additional understanding and a framework for sharing our vision on the plight of women in our pays.Plus we share with others, the more we find ways of solutions for the future
thank you
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Oui ,merci pour votre commentaire et surtout pour la question.
Vous savez qu'une vision reste illusion lorsqu'elle reste à une seule personne.Mais si elle est partagée avec les autres;elle commence à devenir une realité.Le programme mentor apporte un supplément de comprehension et un cadre de partage de notre vision sur le sort des femmes dans notre pays.Plus nous partageons avec les autres,plus nous trouvons des voies de solutions pour le futur
Merci

BRIGITTE MAWAZO

michelle904's picture

Your writing is extremely

Your writing is extremely powerful and you're sharing a positive vision for the world.

ikirimat's picture

Brigette, I love the way you

Brigette, I love the way you put your thoughts together, so systematic and moving. Keep your dream focused and you will be there.
Good luck

Grace Ikirimat

"It takes the hammer of persistence to drive the nail of success."


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