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Trop de formations et connaissances universitaires avec trop peu d'entreprises pour les casés

Ce petit journal en quelques lignes veut donner des informations sur la situation estudiantines dans la province du sud Kivu en R D Congo précisément à Bukavu
Au Sud -Kivu , actuellement nous pouvons compter plus de 23 institutions supérieures et universitaires et tous les auditoires et promotions sont pleins d'étudiants . Toutes les facultés et sections voulues sous à pieds d’œuvres à Bukavu
Chaque année , chaque institution lance sur le terrain de la RD Congo des éléments bien formés avec des compétences multiformes
Alors que le gouvernement reste statique et débordé pour encadrer ces diplômés chômeurs sans emplois
Au jour le jour vous le voyez dans la rue ou sur la rue entrain de tourner le va et viens dans la ville avec les dossiers en mains à la recherche du boulot
Nul part , chez l'Etat Congolais les offres d'emplois n'existent presque pas sont seulement les ONG nationales ou internationales que vous pouvez lire sur les valves les appels d'offres
La question que l'on se pose et de savoir si les appels d'offres sont à charge des ONG et non de l'Etat
L'Etat non plus ne fait pas un effort pour créer des emplois à cette paisible population victime de rien
- Si , le gouvernement pouvait réduire le taxe aux investisseurs économiques , la création des entreprises serait nombreuse et ces diplômés chômeurs trouveraient sans difficultés les emplois
- Les espaces ou la grande communauté de la population allaient travailler sont occupés par des patrons: les commerçants , les confessions religieuses qui ont payé à l'Etat ou aux chefs coutumiers de terrain que la communauté exploitée sans demander leurs avis et se retrouve chassé comme des chiens Cela est à l'origine de la mal nutrition et sous alimentation , analphabétisme , conflits d’intérêt , le voleur à mains armés et toutes les formes de violences sexuelles basées sur le genre .
Aujourd'hui vous allez observer que lorsqu'il ,y a appel d'offre , un grand nombre postule par rapport au nombre de places disponibles
C'est vrai qu'on peut étudier là ou l'on veut mais l'on ne peut pas travailler là ou l'on veut
Cause pour laquelle la sélection des demandes d'emploi ne respecte plus le normes et le choix est plein des irrégularités et erreurs de toutes pièces . Cela peut aussi conduire à la longue une autre forme de vie dont les diplômés chômeurs ne sont pas totalement coupables

English translation by community member MESSA

This log seeks to inform you about the situation of the female university students in the province of South Kivu in the DRC, precisely in Bukavu.

In South Kivu, we have about 23 higher institutions and universities presently and all amphitheatres and classes are full of students. All faculties and schools are represented in South Bukavu.

Every year, every institution send to the field in the DRC students well formed with varied competences. The government however, is inactive to find a solution to the problem of these jobless graduates.

As days pass by, they roam the streets aimlessly with files in search of jobs. There are no job offers from the Congolese state. Most job offers are from NGOs or International organisations. The state is effortless in creating jobs for this helpless populace.

If the government had decreased taxes on economic investors, more enterprises could have been created and these jobless graduates would find jobs.

Most of the field the population used to work at is now occupied by landlords: traders, religious groups have bought these land either from the owners or from the state without the knowledge of those working there who are now driven away as dogs, the reason for malnutrition and under nutrition, illiteracy, conflicts of interest, increase in armed crimes and all forms of gender based violence.

Today, whenever there is a job offer, the number of applicants outweighs the number of candidates needed. It’s true that one is free to choose its school but not free to choose its work place. That is the reason why norms are no longer followed in offering jobs which are stuck with irregularities and all sorts of errors. This could lead to another choice of life for which graduates should not be held guilty.

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Comments

Bonjour M. Anselme et merci de partager votre journal avec nous. Se fut un plaisir de vous lire et de comprendre l'interet que vous portez aux jeunes diplomes de votre pays. Bienque cette situation traverse le long de l'Afrique, on ne doit tout de meme pas s'habituer. En parlant comme vous le faite deja, la solution viendra un jour de quelque part.

Surtout, gardons espoir en l'afrique!!

Cordialement,
MESSA

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

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Translation

This log seeks to inform you about the situation of the female university students in the province of South Kivu in the DRC, precisely in Bukavu.
In South Kivu, we have about 23 higher institutions and universities presently and all amphitheatres and classes are full of students. All faculties and schools are represented in South Bukavu.
Every year, every institution send to the field in the DRC students well formed with varied competences. The government however, is inactive to find a solution to the problem of these jobless graduates.
As days pass by, they roam the streets aimlessly with files in search of jobs. There are no job offers from the Congolese state. Most job offers are from NGOs or International organisations. The state is effortless in creating jobs for this helpless populace.
If the government had decreased taxes on economic investors, more enterprises could have been created and these jobless graduates would find jobs.
Most of the field the population used to work at is now occupied by landlords: traders, religious groups have bought these land either from the owners or from the state without the knowledge of those working there who are now driven away as dogs, the reason for malnutrition and under nutrition, illiteracy, conflicts of interest, increase in armed crimes and all forms of gender based violence.

Today, whenever there is a job offer, the number of applicants outweighs the number of candidates needed. It’s true that one is free to choose its school but not free to choose its work place. That is the reason why norms are no longer followed in offering jobs which are stuck with irregularities and all sorts of errors. This could lead to another choice of life for which graduates should not be held guilty.

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

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