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women raped in drcongo

The women became an object of war because every time the war occur women experience violence
in all forms of sexual - violence based on gender violence , domestic violence, especially gender- specific violence we tell women not to the war in eastern Congo and not to violence against women and girls here in eastern Congo why we women we suffer as follows why discriminate and be treated as soot we seek peace , not war, we avoid the stigma massacres and all forms of violence against women and girls of the eastern Congo .
Peace we need you peace we thirst for you , your peace we seek much because it is not only you who help us in this suffering that we have here in eastern Congo is how the m23 hurts women here is a
when it happens it loot goods they rape women t girls, they made ​​serious thing for women and girls.
Of serious thing became the gun to the war, will be the women who are supporting the country it became the object for the wars we are soliciting support us in the fight against all the violence that women experience here has the eastern Congo us members of the association through Osodi mama Shujaa we thank you for helping us to expose through the internet because without you we owe nothing we would appreciate in particular months I really say thank you that God bless you and guide you in your work.
emmanuel balagizi

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