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MES EXPERIENCE FAIT AUX FEMME DETENUE

Bonjour je suis très ravie de m’accepte dans la communauté au fait si je suis parti faire le droit ce par ce qu’un jour j’été encor a l’école secondaire je suis passe au tribunal pour entendre le jugement qui seront prononce mon cousin fut condamné injustement et moi sa ne ma pas plus je été frustré en fin j’ave fini en droit je fais l’apostolat a la prison il ya de femme détenues qui ont des enfants de moins de 5 ans elle vit Labat, misérablement je me suis rapproché d’eux et je eu l’idée de les initier quelque métier pour quelle vive ,favorablement même pour nourrir leur famille et en entent prisonnière parce que sa peut arrive a n’importe qui et surtout qu’on est la pour aide les autres femmes en difficulté mais aussi on dois lite contre l’injustice le fait de trouve les femmes en prison sans rien réagir sa ne pouvez pas nous anoure et se t’ainsi que je plaide pour eux gratuitement pour montre de quoi nous somme capable je voulais dire au femmes du monde qu’on dois être d’abord unie refuse la corruption partout la ou nous passons et demandée au femme de nous ,mettre ensemble et se mettre au travail, ce pas pour rien on dit éduqué une femme ce éduqué toutes une nation je suis très ravi de partage mes expériences avec les autres les femmes du monde

English translation by community member kirstenbrittellicson

MY EXPERIENCES WITH IMPRISONED WOMEN

Hello, I am thrilled to be accepted into the community. In fact, if I left to study law it is because one day, when I was still in secondary school, I went to court to hear the judgement that was being pronounced. My cousin was unjustly condemned and I did not like that at all. I was frustrated. So I ended up studying law. I go and preach in prisons. There are imprisoned women who have children under 5 years old. One lives in Labat, in miserable conditions. I got close to them, and I had the idea of teaching the mother a trade so that she could live, and do well enough to support her family, while being a prisoner, because it can happen to anyone and especially because we are here to help other women in difficulty, but also because we must fight against injustice. The fact that you can find women in prison with no one reacting to that, that cannot leave us apathetic, and so this is why I am advocating on their behalf, freely, without being paid, to show what we are capable of. I wanted to say to the women of the world that we must first be united in refusing corruption everywhere we see it, and in asking women to join forces and get to work. It's not for nothing that they say that to educate a woman is to educate a whole nation. I am thrilled to share my experiences with other women in the world.

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Welcome to the community, Nabintu! We are excited to have you and your Maman Shujaa sisters join our community, and look forward to hearing your visions, experiences, and ideas for change!

From Google translate:
Bienvenue dans la communauté, Nabintu! Nous sommes ravis d'avoir vous et vos soeurs Shujaa Maman rejoignez notre communauté, et nous avons hâte d'entendre vos visions, d'expériences et d'idées pour le changement!

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Translation

MY EXPERIENCES WITH IMPRISONED WOMEN

Hello, I am thrilled to be accepted into the community. In fact, if I left to study law it is because one day, when I was still in secondary school, I went to court to hear the judgement that was being pronounced. My cousin was unjustly condemned and I did not like that at all. I was frustrated. So I ended up studying law. I go and preach in prisons. There are imprisoned women who have children under 5 years old. One lives in Labat, in miserable conditions. I got close to them, and I had the idea of teaching the mother a trade so that she could live, and do well enough to support her family, while being a prisoner, because it can happen to anyone and especially because we are here to help other women in difficulty, but also because we must fight against injustice. The fact that you can find women in prison with no one reacting to that, that cannot leave us apathetic, and so this is why I am advocating on their behalf, freely, without being paid, to show what we are capable of. I wanted to say to the women of the world that we must first be united in refusing corruption everywhere we see it, and in asking women to join forces and get to work. It's not for nothing that they say that to educate a woman is to educate a whole nation. I am thrilled to share my experiences with other women in the world.

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Chère Francine, Merci

Chère Francine,

Merci énormément pour votre commentaire. Votre voix est puissante et je ressens votre courage et votre force à travers vos mots. Cela m'inspire beaucoup. Je partage avec vous le désir que les femmes s'unissent, se mettent ensemble, pour s'aider les unes et les autres et pour combattre contre l'injustice et la corruption.

J'avais une question: est-ce que vous voyez des femmes qui sont au prison, parce qu'elles ont été injustement accusées?

Je vous encourage avec tout mon cœur de continuer à parler sur WorldPulse de vos activités et de vos expériences.

Bien à vous,

Kirsten (traductrice français=>anglais)

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