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I take this opportunity to introduce myself to you in advance.My names as acknowledged by my country are Ilunga Mayele Myriam.Since the foundation of Acoldemha by Neema i have been volunteering up to December 2009.At that time i begun working for Orange group of communication but i continued to keep in touch with Acoldemha.11th October 2013 Orange lay me out and since then i work for Acoldemha and i am also a volunteer of World Pulse site.My dream is the coming of a new Congo where peace and democracy prevail.I encourage women to get involved in rising for justice through World Pulse by posting articles regarding different issues such as human rights,women empowerment,technology,environment,etc.
I just want to tell you the delegation that we love you so much because you made the difference,you are special women that is why you did something particular which pushed United Nations to give you the special award(peace nobel price).Another reason which makes you deserve our respect is that you are a source of inspiration for we who are rising of voices.Our community believe that no one should speak for us(women) we speak for ourselves.You (the delegation)spoke and have been heard so we hope that our voices are going to be heard.We hope that we are going to meet with you in few days and share experiences because you know more than us.
Thank you for coming despite the fact that East Congo is known as the worst place to be a woman,you are so courageous and inspired me so much.
I wish you a good journey to my lovely country DRC.I say welcom to DRC from the bottom of my heart.
I look forward to hearing more from you.



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It truly amazes me how many incredible women are able to connect through World Pulse.

The DRC is on the minds of many who care about the global women's movement, and it is a privilege to be able to reach out to you in this way and let you know that many people are listening, are in support of you and also hope for peace and democracy in the Congo. It's also good to hear that posting articles and talking on this site really can make a difference even to women in extreme circumstances. That kind of solidarity is truly important.

Much safety and peace to you & yours!


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Thank you for this

Thank you for this affirmation of our strength through World pulse.


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Thank you Melissa

Thank you for being one of those who care about women's movement ,i hope that you also love DRC my lovely Country.
I am now convinced that many people are listening ,are in support of us and want peace and democracy prevail in Congo.
Further posting articles and talking on World Pulse makes a difference to women in extreme circumstances.We were honored to receive the delegation in Mama Shujaa Media Center on Sunday 23th February,those women are truly wonderful.
We were moved by their love and solidarity,we have also share food together in the bussiness lunch.It was a great opportunity to exchange contacts.We met with Leymah in person ,that is unforgettable.
I am also grateful to Yensine.

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

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You deserve it Y

I wish long life to WORLD PULSE

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

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