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rural day world women congo kabare 15oct2013

OSODI a célébré ce mardi 15octobre 2013 cette journée a cirunga kabare les femmes de kabere ont montré quelles sont très discriminé délaissés dans leur famille dans la société surtout dans le travail dans beaucoup des activités car la femme est délaissé .
OSODI a remarqué a cirunga qu'il y a un nombre très élevé des veuves ,des orphelins ,des handicapés qui manque de soutient car ils sont très pauvre matériellement ,économiquement , et financier ;
-les orphelins ont montré qu'ils manque comment étudier ,comment mangé ,commet s’habille ils manqué même ou vivre car leur maison sont démolie ils sollicite des soutier envers osodi qui manque aussi de moyen pour leur venir en aide.
-nous avons retrouvé plus de 100femmes veuve qui ont perdis leur maris par la guerre ,par des maladies,ces veuves attendais de nous quelque chose mais hélas rien quo avez a leur offrir elles veulent des supports elles ont montré quelles sont très discriminé ,délaissent, et ravis de leur bien laissé par leur maris .
-les handicapes ont montré leur faiblesse par manqué des tout les organes du corps ils ont montré leur besoin aux travaux de mains car ils sont handicapes de organes et de l'intelligence ils onts envie de faire quelque chose mais pas de moyen pour les faire OSODI cherche de moyen d'aide pour aident de orphelin,de veuve ,de handicapés de cirunga .
madame la coordinatrice akonkwa d'osodi
a parler sur la renforcemment de mise en ouevre des cadres politiques ,juridique , la prevention pour eliminer toute forme de discrimination, develloper et mettre en oeuvre les programmes educatifs , ameliorer la securite des filles, lutte contre la violence; apuiyer le femmes a tout niveau pour sauver la vie de la femme rural

English translation by community member Nancy Janus

rural day world women congo kabare 15oct2013

On Tuesday, October 15, 2013 OSODI observed at Cirunga Kabare that the women of Kabare are very much abandoned and discriminated against in their families, in society, above all at work, in many activities, for the female is forsaken.
OSODI noted that in Cirunga there is a very high number of widows, orphans, and handicapped people who are lacking support because they are extremely poor materially, economically, and financially;
-Orphans have shown that they are lacking what they need to study, to eat and to dress. They are even lacking a place to live for their house was demolished. They are soliciting support from OSODI which is also lacking the means to come to their aid.
-We found more than 100 widows who lost their husbands in the war, or from illness. These widows were waiting for us to do something but alas nothing was available to offer them. They wanted support. They showed that they are very discriminated against, forsaken, and had their goods wrenched away from them as they were left by their husbands.
-the handicapped showed their weakness through the lack of body parts. They showed their need for hand work for they are handicapped both in body parts and in intelligence. They want to do something but they don’t have the means to do it. OSODI Is looking for a way to help the orphans, the widows, and the handicapped people of Cirunga.
Madame, the Coordinator of Akonkwa of OSODI
Spoke about reinforcing the implementation of political and legal structures, prevention, elimination of all forms of discrimination, development and implementation of educational programs, to improve the security of girls, to fight against violence, to support women at every level, and to save the lives of rural women.

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Votre journal

Bonjour,

J'ai traduit votre journal en anglais. C'est très important ce que vous dites des orphelins, des veuves et des handicapés. J'ai beaucoup appris. Merci.

Bien à vous,

Nancy

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rural day world women congo kabare 15oct2013

On Tuesday, October 15, 2013 OSODI observed at Cirunga Kabare that the women of Kabare are very much abandoned and discriminated against in their families, in society, above all at work, in many activities, for the female is forsaken.
OSODI noted that in Cirunga there is a very high number of widows, orphans, and handicapped people who are lacking support because they are extremely poor materially, economically, and financially;
-Orphans have shown that they are lacking what they need to study, to eat and to dress. They are even lacking a place to live for their house was demolished. They are soliciting support from OSODI which is also lacking the means to come to their aid.
-We found more than 100 widows who lost their husbands in the war, or from illness. These widows were waiting for us to do something but alas nothing was available to offer them. They wanted support. They showed that they are very discriminated against, forsaken, and had their goods wrenched away from them as they were left by their husbands.
-the handicapped showed their weakness through the lack of body parts. They showed their need for hand work for they are handicapped both in body parts and in intelligence. They want to do something but they don’t have the means to do it. OSODI Is looking for a way to help the orphans, the widows, and the handicapped people of Cirunga.
Madame, the Coordinator of Akonkwa of OSODI
Spoke about reinforcing the implementation of political and legal structures, prevention, elimination of all forms of discrimination, development and implementation of educational programs, to improve the security of girls, to fight against violence, to support women at every level, and to save the lives of rural women.

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