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violences faites aux femmes et aux jeunes filles

La femme, un partenaire pour le développement et la paix.
la violence faite aux femmes et aux filles au Sud-Kivu / RDCongo dans le territoire de Mwenga par le troupe d'armée non identifié, elles ont perdu la valeur dans la vie conjugal, il fallait qu'il est une médiation familiale pour la réinsertion dans le foyer et avoir beaucoup de temps pour être acceptée dans la société en générale à cause de son état de traumatisme. Les femmeset les filles sont violées par le troupe d'armée non identifiés par 10 hommes à la fois et leurs vies seront obscure il y aura de déchire vaginal et mêmes des maladies sexuellement transmisibles, si elles n'ont pas dénoncés avant 72 heures pour les soins, c'est un crime combien elles seront malheureuses ; hors nous avons la force d'aller de l'avant, Nous déploront cette situation cherchons à nous unir pour combattre à cet virus.

English translation by community member Marie-France Gozzo

Violence Done to Women and Young Girls

The woman, a partner for the development of peace. The violence done to women and young girls in South Kivu/RD Congo, in the territory of Mwenga by an unidentified army unit. This results in the loss of family and conjugal life for these women. They need intervention and support from families and a great level of understanding if they are to be reintegrated and accepted into family life after this level of traumatism. These women and girls are raped by these unidentified groups by as many as ten men at a time: their lives are bleak, and there is vaginal tearing and even sexually transmitted diseases. They must denounce their attackers before 72 hours to get treatment, and their level of suffering is a crime. But we have the power to put a stop to it. We deplore the situation and look to unify to fight this sickness.

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