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WOMEN IN SOUTH KIVU WALK TO SUPPORT PEACE IN NORTH-KIVU, DRC.

After resuming the last rebel positions of M23 by the Armed Forces of the DRC (FARDC), women's groups organized on Wednesday, November 6 at Bukavu a walk to greet the peace in North Kivu and action the Congolese army.
This work is carried out on the road Patrice Emery Lumumba. She started at the border (Rwanda Bukavu), ending at the governor office, where a memorandum was submitted to the provincial authority. The march was organized by the Civil Society in collaboration with the Ministry Gender, Women and the Family.

"We support our brave soldiers for battles won and encourage the efforts of the president, Joseph KABILA for his commitment to the eradication of many armed groups in the country," said one civil society member.
We women Mom Shujaa also demand the end of the talks in Kampala and we urge the international community to stop demanding the prosecution of these because we believe this work moot.

Other women's groups have organized similar protests in Goma, North Kivu Province, the DRC capital Kinshasa, Kisangani in Oriental Province. About six hundred women sang songs in praise of the Congolese military.
In addition, these women have requested that the army continued the hunt for the remaining armed groups in Ituri (Eastern Province) and in some villages in South Kivu.

Finally, women’s Media Center Mama Shujaa in Bukavu extends our condolences to all the families who lost their members during this rebellion. Today is a new day.
All together in one love, we can change our lifestyle.

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jacollura's picture

Thank you for this post.

Therese, thanks for updating us on the peace march. I love how you end this piece, " Today is a new day.
All together in one love, we can change our lifestyle." So very true.
In peace and love,
Julie

Therese kasindi's picture

Thanks!

Julie, i really appreciate the fact that you spend your time reading my post. It's give me more straingth to go ahead.
Much love !

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

Tiffany Purn's picture

Writing from the front lines

Therese -

You are reporting on the front lines of change to all of us in the rest of the world who only get fragments of information. You Maman Shujaa *are* the change. Writing change. Excellent piece, and we look forward to hearing more.

Therese kasindi's picture

Thanks, Tiffany! Your

Thanks, Tiffany!
Your appreciation on my post is my joy.
We will do our best to do better than others. But together in love.
Peace!

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

mayele's picture

Congratulation my sister

waouh what a wonderful piece.I really appreciate the way you wrote it;and further the fact that you reported this great event of our country to the rest of the world.go ahead my dear;you are doing a good job.
Hugs
Love

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

Wendyiscalm's picture

Sych courage.

This is an article about such courageous women. It moves me the way you tell about it, and it touches me at what women in your country are doing together to bring peace and equality. Step by step you and the rest are making the mountain smaller.

Thank you, also, for teaching me, with your words, about what is going on.

Ubuntu (I am who I am because of who we are together),

Wendy

Wendy Stebbins
Founder/CEO
I AM ONE IN A MILLION Non-Profit Organization focused on helping street orphans and vulnerable children in Livingstone, Zambia Africa.

Therese kasindi's picture

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Wendy, i appreciate that you took your time to read my post. I am happy you find it so interesting. That's my pleasure.
In Love !

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

byamungu bahati pascal's picture

Oh Yes!!!

It is a joy for the our country the D.R Congo in general and South Kivu in particular to see the end of war and have a hope for peace again. We are all happy.

Pascal BYAMUNGU

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