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JOURNEE INTERNATIONALE DE LA FEMME RURALES

Les femmes rurales jouent un rôle critique dans les économies rurales des pays développés et en voie de développement. Dans la plupart du monde en développement, elles participent à la production agricole, elles fournissent nourriture, eau et combustible pour leur foyer et conduisent des activités hors de la ferme pour améliorer le niveau de vie de leur famille. En plus, elles assurent des fonctions vitales en prenant soin des enfants, des malades et des personnes âgées.

English translation by community member Zhuyun Maggie Xiao

International Day of Rural Women

Rural women play a critical role in the rural economy of developing countries. In most developing regions of the world, women participate in the agricultural production. They provide food, water and fuel for their home and conduct their outdoor activities to improve the living condition of their families. In addition, they make sure the vital duty of taking care of children, the sick persons and senior citizens.

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mayele's picture

bonjour

bonjour, c est ca meme le coeur d une femme.Il est capable de ressentir de l empathie et au dela donner son soutien.Ton article est court mais tres profond .C est super dada.
Hongera

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

Zhuyun Maggie Xiao's picture

Translation

International Day of Rural Women
Rural women play a critical role in the rural economy of developing countries. In most developing regions of the world, women participate in the agricultural production. They provide food, water and fuel for their home and conduct their outdoor activities to improve the living condition of their families. In addition, they make sure the vital duty of taking care of children, the sick persons and senior citizens.

Maggie Xiao
Student at Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA

FAIDA BATUMIKE's picture

Merci

Merci

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