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LA DISCRIMINATION DES FEMMES HANDICAP

Les femmes handicap sont vraiment discriminer dans leur familles ,dans leur milieu par exemple mois qui voit dans notre association car nous avons de handicap quand elles essayer de narrer sur leur vie nous plairons car sa blessent souvent elles montrent quelles sont discriminer car elles manqué un organes sur leur organisme ,de deux elles disent par manque de moyen financier, de trois elles disent par manque d'occupation propre a eux par exemple de machine a coudre , des outils pour le tricotages ,des commerces donc des activités génératrices de revenues .
De plus elles montrent qu'elles sont discriminer car elles ne valent a rien dans leur familles plutôt elles sont dépendant dans leur familles ce la raisons de leur discrimination nous autre nous trouvons que leur discrimination provient dans la dépendance et dans le manque d'occupation propre a eux et si elles pouvais trouvé quelques choses propres pour eux leur vie serais mieux que possible .
Les femmes handicap cherchent de l'aident pour leur occupation et ses trouve eux aussi quittent dans la discrimination et voir un jour êtres indépendant et trouvé l’auto -financement eux mêmes pour avoir la réinsertion social ,familiale et l'autonomie durable pour la prise d'un plan d'action pour leur vie .
nous vous montrons que les handicap souffre et souffre beaucoup elles ont mêmes de traumatismes nécessitants les assistantes psycho social voir mêmes des psychologue et de l'assistance économique pour la réinsertion économique et aussi la réinsertion social.
Nous membres de l'organisation OSODI nous plaidons beaucoup pour la femme handicap de kabare mais nous manquons de moyen pour leur soutien car elles soulevé leur besoin dans les activités génératrices de revenues.

English translation by community member Pyrias

The Discrimination of Handicapped Women

Handicapped women are really discriminated against. For example, by their families and their communities. I see this in our association, because we have some handicapped women, and when they try to talk about their life, it hurts us and we cry. Often, they show that they are discriminated against because they’re missing a limb on their body. They say that they don’t have financial means, and they don’t have ways to make money that fit them, like sewing machines, tools for hand-knitting, or ways to do business that generate income.

What’s more, they show that they are discriminated against because they aren’t worth anything in their families. Rather, they are dependent on their families. That’s why they are discriminated against. We find that the discrimination that they experience comes from their dependence and their lack of fitting occupations, and if they could find something that worked for them to do, their lives would be much better.

Handicapped women are looking for help to have a fitting occupation, to leave discrimination behind them, and to one day be independent. They want to be self-sufficient so they can return to social and family life, and so they can have lasting autonomy and a plan of action for their life.

We are showing you that handicapped people suffer, and suffer a lot. They are even traumatized to the point of needing psycho-social assistants and psychologists, or requiring economic help to be a part of the economy and society.

The members of OSODI plead for the handicapped women of Kabare, but we don’t have the means to support them because of the increase in the need for activities that generate income.

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Translation

The Discrimination of Handicapped Women

Handicapped women are really discriminated against. For example, by their families and their communities. I see this in our association, because we have some handicapped women, and when they try to talk about their life, it hurts us and we cry. Often, they show that they are discriminated against because they’re missing a limb on their body. They say that they don’t have financial means, and they don’t have ways to make money that fit them, like sewing machines, tools for hand-knitting, or ways to do business that generate income.

What’s more, they show that they are discriminated against because they aren’t worth anything in their families. Rather, they are dependent on their families. That’s why they are discriminated against. We find that the discrimination that they experience comes from their dependence and their lack of fitting occupations, and if they could find something that worked for them to do, their lives would be much better.

Handicapped women are looking for help to have a fitting occupation, to leave discrimination behind them, and to one day be independent. They want to be self-sufficient so they can return to social and family life, and so they can have lasting autonomy and a plan of action for their life.

We are showing you that handicapped people suffer, and suffer a lot. They are even traumatized to the point of needing psycho-social assistants and psychologists, or requiring economic help to be a part of the economy and society.

The members of OSODI plead for the handicapped women of Kabare, but we don’t have the means to support them because of the increase in the need for activities that generate income.

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Les femmes handicapees

Merci pour votre travail au RDC avec les femmes handicapees. La discrimination contre les gens handicapes est un grand problem partout. Je ne comprends pas comment quelqu'un peut croyer que quelqu'un d'autre n'est pas une vraie personne juste a cause d'etre handicape.

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