Community Update

Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

At World Pulse, we recognize the need for ongoing learning—for you and for your community! Our toolkits aim to provide the resources you need to advance your social change work.

We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

VIOLENCE A DOMICILE

La violence à domicile est un problème majeur dans le monde en général et plus
Particulières en R D CONGO .Cette violence se fait des plusieurs manières et par
Plusieurs personnes différentes, les origines de cette violence sont nombreuses
Mais l’une des origines la plus connue et la plus fréquenté est la violence a domicile
Base sur le sexe ou les femmes et les filles sont plus vulnérables en R D CONGO, vous trouverez des enfants du sexe féminin qui n’ont pas accès a l’éducation scolaire, font tout les travaux lourds des ménages et sont négligé par leurs frère garçons, les filles sont males traitées au de triment des garçons, vous trouverez également des filles et femmes ou les hommes donnent des coups ou les hommes frappent leurs femmes dans des ménages et la non implication de la femme dans la prise des décisions familiale .Prenons l’exemple du point sur l’éducations scolaire ,cette situation est souvent vu dans des familles pauvre .s’il s’agit de décider l’enfant qui va partir a l’école, les enfants du sexe masculin sont plus privilégiés que ceux du sexe féminin, souvent certains nombre des parents ne considèrent pas leurs enfants au même point d’égalité, ils pensent que les filles n’ont pas les même capacité intellectuelle que physique et pourtant ils sont tous égaux sur tout le plan que ceux de leurs homologues garçons .les filles devront savoir leurs droits entant que d’autres personnes et de luttes pour ces droits.Prenont également le cas des domestiques font les travaux sans repos et sont males traites dans de ménage ils n’ont pas droits d’expression sont considèrent comme des personnes discrimine ,oublies,deconsidere,mal traite dans les communautés et dans les sociétés.

English translation by community member jmasa

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Domestic violence is a major problem in the world in general and particularly in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This violence occurs in several ways and by several different people, and the origins of this violence are numerous. But one of the origins the most known and the most frequent is domestic violence. Women and girls are more vulnerable in the Congo. You will find children of the feminine sex who don’t have access to school, who do all of the heavy tasks and housework and are neglected by their brothers.The girls are mistreated to the detriment of boys. You will find men hitting girls and women, or in married couples, men hitting their wives, as well as the non-involvement of the wife in making final family decisions.

Let’s take the example of education. This situation is often seen in poor families. It’s about deciding if the child will leave to go to school. The children of the masculine sex are more privileged than those of the feminine sex. Often, some parents do not consider their children equally. They think that the girls don’t have the same intellectual nor physical capabillity. However, [girls] are equal in all areas to their boy counterparts. The girls will need to know their rights and to fight for their rights. Let’s also look at the case of the houseeking personnel who work without rest and are mistreated in the household. They don’t have freedom of expression and people who are discriminated against, forgotten, discredited in communities and in society.

Comments

Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

NOS FELICITATIONS

bien écrit mon amie de toute le façon, ce genre de violence perturbe le mouvement du foyer et donc continuons avec la lutte

arianemoza

muhorakeye's picture

merci medamoiselle tu as

merci medamoiselle tu as bien'ecrit c'est votre charge dechange de tel situation chez nous au congo courage

Muhorakeye Esperance

jmasa's picture

Translation

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Domestic violence is a major problem in the world in general and particularly in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This violence occurs in several ways and by several different people, and the origins of this violence are numerous. But one of the origins the most known and the most frequent is domestic violence. Women and girls are more vulnerable in the Congo. You will find children of the feminine sex who don’t have access to school, who do all of the heavy tasks and housework and are neglected by their brothers.The girls are mistreated to the detriment of boys. You will find men hitting girls and women, or in married couples, men hitting their wives, as well as the non-involvement of the wife in making final family decisions.

Let’s take the example of education. This situation is often seen in poor families. It’s about deciding if the child will leave to go to school. The children of the masculine sex are more privileged than those of the feminine sex. Often, some parents do not consider their children equally. They think that the girls don’t have the same intellectual nor physical capabillity. However, [girls] are equal in all areas to their boy counterparts. The girls will need to know their rights and to fight for their rights. Let’s also look at the case of the houseeking personnel who work without rest and are mistreated in the household. They don’t have freedom of expression and people who are discriminated against, forgotten, discredited in communities and in society.

Magazine »

Read global coverage through women's eyes

Inside Congo's Growing Sisterhood

Inside Congo's Growing Sisterhood

Community »

Connect with women on the ground worldwide

PAKISTAN: They Went to School and Never Came Back

PAKISTAN: They Went to School and Never Came Back

Campaigns »

Be heard at influential forums

WWW: Women Weave the Web

WWW: Women Weave the Web

Programs »

Help us train women citizen journalists

World Pulse Voices of Our Future

World Pulse Voices of Our Future

Blog »

Read the latest from World Pulse headquarters

Announcing Our Prize Winners!

Announcing Our Prize Winners!

Partners »

Join forces with our wide network of partners

Nobel Women's Initiative

Nobel Women's Initiative