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Difficultés de déplacement dans les hauts plateaux d'ITOMBWE

Suite aux pluies abondantes dans cette contrée les rivières débordes les ponts tradutionnelles construites par les communautés locales.En outre les routes sont devenues impraticables.Les habitats de cette zone fond les pieds pendant trois jours en forêt avant de d'arriver à l'endroit oû ils doivent prendre le véhicule pour se rendre en ville oû ils peuvent naviguer à l' internet .Cette situation actuelle rend la plupart de membres de la maison maman shujaa de cette entité dans une irregularité à la publication de leurs articles.

English translation by community member amys

Difficulties for travelling in the high plains of ITOMBWE

After the heavy rains in this region, the rivers have burst their banks and flooded the traditional bridges constructed by the local communities. As well as this, roads have become inaccessible. The inhabitants of this area have to travel on foot for three days through the forest to get to the place where they can then travel by vehicle into town to use the internet. The current situation means that most members of the Maman Shujaa centre are having difficulties publishing their articles at the moment.

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mayele's picture

Merci

Merci Felix de nous tenir au courant de cette réalité de notre pays que nous déplorons tous.J'aimerais juste vous encourager à surmonter cet obstacle dans la mesure du possible afin de parvenir à faire entendre vos voix .Pour avoir quelque chose de valeureux on endure toujours des difficultés;Tenez bon puisque vous faites du bon travail.Merci

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

amys's picture

Translation

Difficulties for travelling in the high plains of ITOMBWE

After the heavy rains in this region, the rivers have burst their banks and flooded the traditional bridges constructed by the local communities. As well as this, roads have become inaccessible. The inhabitants of this area have to travel on foot for three days through the forest to get to the place where they can then travel by vehicle into town to use the internet. The current situation means that most members of the Maman Shujaa centre are having difficulties publishing their articles at the moment.

amys's picture

Merci pour l’information,

Merci pour l’information, Félix. Selon les photos, ça semble être vraiment un grand difficulté. Félicitations à tous ceux qui ont pu faire le voyage au centre, et courage à tout le monde qui va l’essayer, pour faire entendre leur voix.

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