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FEMME RURAL ET ENFANT AFRICAIN

La femme rurale vie dans une condition qui ne la permette pas de vivre comme il faut. Elle est moins informée, elle pense qu’aller au champ et couper les bois pour préparer la nourriture, puiser de l’eau à de longue distance. Elle rentre très épuisée, et aussi l’éducation des enfants. Qu’est ce qu’elle peut transmettre aux enfants comme instruction ? Au moment elle-même na jamais instruite. Pour qu’elle trouve à ce vêtir, il faut amener ces produits de champ pour vendre ; elle n’a pas de certitude de la vente. La pauvreté domine, manque des soins médicaux. La pauvreté est l'handicape de développement dans la communauté. La femme est discriminée en violant ces droits et Privée d’expression suite à la loi coutumière. Toutes les leaders féminines que vous soyaient dans les affaires commerciales, politiques ; aller informer les femmes paysannes sur les droits humains et sur les développements durables du pays. Ne restons pas en ville, les paysannes ont droits aux visites et les revenir en aide, connaitre ses problèmes, les écoutées. Être près à la résolution de leurs problèmes à court terme. Pour un enfant africain, l’enfant doit garder sa culture partant de n’importe où il va être, l’enfant gardera son authenticité. L’éducation commence dés le sein de sa mère. L’enfant est un être humain avec des droits et une dignité. Ce qui caractérise l’enfant, c’est sa jeunesse et sa vulnérabilité. Malgré le déplacement du milieu, l’enfant doit être obéissant à leur parent, la modernisation exclu pas l’harmonie de culture accueilli dans votre pays. Restons fière de notre culture africaine, non à la copie. Sécurité durable pour la femme et enfants. Protection de la femme et enfants.

English translation by community member liannareed

Rural women and African children

The life of rural women is a condition that does not permit a life that one needs. She is less informed, she thinks only of working in the fields, cutting wood to prepare food, collecting water from a long distance (where the return home is long), and educating children. What does she have to teach her children? At the moment she is not educated. In order to clothe herself she brings products to the fields to sell; but she is not certain to sell anything. The poverty dominates and the lack of medical care is evident. The poverty is the handicap of development for the community. Women are discriminated in the violation of their rights and they are restricted from their own expression by the customary laws. All women leaders in business and politics should go tell women of the countryside about human rights and sustainable development. Do not stay in the city. The rural people have a right to listen and hear what their rights are. For an African children, the children must keep their culture as a part of themselves no matter where they go. The education begins with the care from the mother. The child is a human being with rights and dignity. What characterizes a child is their youth and vulnerability. Despite their displacement children, must obey their parents. Globalization does not exclude cultural harmony. Stay proud of our African culture and don’t copy the culture of the west. Lasting security for women and children. Protection of women and children.

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Rural women and African children

The life of rural women is a condition that does not permit a life that one needs. She is less informed, she thinks only of working in the fields, cutting wood to prepare food, collecting water from a long distance (where the return home is long), and educating children. What does she have to teach her children? At the moment she is not educated. In order to clothe herself she brings products to the fields to sell; but she is not certain to sell anything. The poverty dominates and the lack of medical care is evident. The poverty is the handicap of development for the community. Women are discriminated in the violation of their rights and they are restricted from their own expression by the customary laws. All women leaders in business and politics should go tell women of the countryside about human rights and sustainable development. Do not stay in the city. The rural people have a right to listen and hear what their rights are. For an African children, the children must keep their culture as a part of themselves no matter where they go. The education begins with the care from the mother. The child is a human being with rights and dignity. What characterizes a child is their youth and vulnerability. Despite their displacement children, must obey their parents. Globalization does not exclude cultural harmony. Stay proud of our African culture and don’t copy the culture of the west. Lasting security for women and children. Protection of women and children.

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MERCI POUR CE COURAGE

Merci pour la traduction, il sera mieux de dire un mot sur ce journal que vous avez eu la volonté de le traduire. A bientôt!

Brigitte

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J'imagine que la vie de la

J'imagine que la vie de la femme rurale est difficile mais quelles sont les autres options? Qu'est-ce qu'elle pourrait faire si elle a besoin de gagner une vie? Quels sont les alternatifs de la vie rurale? La vie dans les villages n'est pas facile aussi. Y a-t-il aussi de la violence en ville qui se fait plus de difficultés pour les femmes?

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