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JOURNEE MONDIALE DE LA JEUNE FILLE

La jeune fille est un instrument de reproduction que Dieu avait crée pour servir de progéniture enfin d’épanouir les familles et le monde entier. Mais les hommes des mauvaises volontés utilisent les organes reproducteurs de la femme comme le champ de batail pendant la guerre.

Voici l’histoire d’une jeune fille orpheline de la mère, et dont le père est un voyageur sans se soucier des enfants. Cette fille avait terminée les études primaires quand sa mère était encore en vie, arrivant en 3e des humanités, sa mère est décédé et lui avait laissé la responsabilité de la famille comme étant maintenant la mère de ses petits frères (2) et petites sœurs (2), la pauvre fille menait une vie très difficile, son s’était forcer de lui payé le prime de scolarité jusqu’en 5e année des humanités, en 6e son père stoppant de lui payé encore le prime scolaire et c’est ainsi qu’elle abandonnant les études. Son étant déjà de retour dans ces affaires habituels, jusqu’à 3 ans loin de ses enfants, la pauvre fille commençait à faire la mendicité auprès de quelques membres de la famille enfin de trouver un petit rien pour faire vivre ses petits. Elle commence à pratiquer le commerce des braises comme un petit détaillant, après une année et demi, elle trouve un fiancé, et ce dernier l’aidant en lui renforçant avec une petit rien, et ce, pendant une année, enfin il lui prend en mariage.
La fille déjà chez soi, chaque soir, elle court pour amener à manger à ses petits à la maison et rentre chez son mari. Une après le mariage, elle mette au monde un enfant garçon, et directement elle récupère sa petite sœur pour l’aider à faire les travaux de ménage, et directement elle fait inscrit à l’école.
L’argent de son père tomba en faillite, il retourne à la maison et vivre ensemble avec ses enfants. Malgré les souffrances de la vie qu’avait menée ladite fille, Aujourd’hui elle est heureuse dans son foyer avec son mari qui lui garanti tous.
L’endurance et la persévérance font arriver quelqu’un vers la vie meilleur.
QUE VIVE LA JEUNESSE!

English translation by community member rits

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD

Girls are a reproductive tool created by God to make families and humanity grow. But during war, ill-intentioned men use women's reproductive organs as a battlefield.

Here is the story of a young girl who lost her mother and whose father, a traveller, never took care of his children. This girl had finished elementary school while her mother was still alive. Her mother died when she had reached her third year of high school, leaving the girl responsible for taking care of her two little brothers and two little sisters. The poor girl led a difficult life. Her father had forced himself to pay her school fees until the fifth year of high school. During her sixth year, her father stopped paying and she thus had to drop out. Her father, having returned to his usual business, had not seen his children in three years. The poor girl began to ask her family for what little money they could give to help feed her siblings. She eventually began a small business selling charcoal. After a year and a half, she found a fiancé who, for a year, helped out with the little he could contribute. And then finally they wed.

She had already settled into her new home, but every night, she hurried to bring food to her siblings and then returned to her husband's home. A year after the wedding, she gave birth to a son. She immediately took in her little sister to help her with the housework and she enrolled her in school right away.

Her father ran out of money, so he returned home to live with his children. Despite everything this girl went through, today she is happy in her home with her husband, who stands by her side.

Endurance and perseverance lead to a better life.

LONG LIVE THE YOUNG!

Comments

rits's picture

C'est bon de lire les

C'est bon de lire les histoires qui se terminent bien. Cette fille a fait preuve de beaucoup de ténacité et de détermination en faisant tout son possible pour s'occuper de ses frères et soeurs. Merci de partager cette histoire de persévérance avec nous!

rits's picture

Translation

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD

Girls are a reproductive tool created by God to make families and humanity grow. But during war, ill-intentioned men use women's reproductive organs as a battlefield.

Here is the story of a young girl who lost her mother and whose father, a traveller, never took care of his children. This girl had finished elementary school while her mother was still alive. Her mother died when she had reached her third year of high school, leaving the girl responsible for taking care of her two little brothers and two little sisters. The poor girl led a difficult life. Her father had forced himself to pay her school fees until the fifth year of high school. During her sixth year, her father stopped paying and she thus had to drop out. Her father, having returned to his usual business, had not seen his children in three years. The poor girl began to ask her family for what little money they could give to help feed her siblings. She eventually began a small business selling charcoal. After a year and a half, she found a fiancé who, for a year, helped out with the little he could contribute. And then finally they wed.

She had already settled into her new home, but every night, she hurried to bring food to her siblings and then returned to her husband's home. A year after the wedding, she gave birth to a son. She immediately took in her little sister to help her with the housework and she enrolled her in school right away.

Her father ran out of money, so he returned home to live with his children. Despite everything this girl went through, today she is happy in her home with her husband, who stands by her side.

Endurance and perseverance lead to a better life.

LONG LIVE THE YOUNG!

Kika Sylvie Katchunga's picture

c'est vraiment bon

merci Anuarite ,pour cette article qui me donne encore les courange de persevere encore plus en fin d'arrive a la vie meilleur

sylvie

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