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violent still doing in congo;about our friend betty

ooh hear about our friend betty she is young girl she has 17year old she was suffering so much becouse her father using to refuse her mother becouse she has give borne girls only but as you know to give born you can;t choose girl or boy but it is the will of the Lord so nothing u can;t change you have to accept it as it is dear friend it terrible ;so that her father stop ,to give them school fees and meals for eating so her mother she was suffering but her mother she was patient to do look for her children ;what is our problem is this our friend betty she had problem she was violed by a man to day she give born so even if she gave born of boy it is problem how her kid will living he don;t have father i will still rising my voice to avoide violence against women stop that to much that friend betty she still tinnager she is member in world pulse


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What Betty and her sisters had been trough and her current situation is very sad and regretful. This situation is call for an action to stop violence against women and to break this believe that girls are less than boys. We are all equal and it's together men and women that we can build a peaceful world. Thank you for sharing this story of Betty. I believe there hundred of thousands in this situation and we cannot afford to remain silent.
Our thoughts and prayers go to Betty and to all the girls and women suffering in Congo. We also encourage Maman Shujaa for all the efforts it's making to help Betty and to stop violence against women.




thanks Elie for your good ideas you comment to my journal about our friend betty u right my dear friend u say that we are egual girls and boy ok let us rising up our voice because they are many people they don;t know that see u online


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