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L'ACCEUILLER DE NOBEL WOMEN'S INTIATIVE AU CENTRE MAMAN SHUJAA

Nous les femmes de centre MAMAN SHUJA nous avons une grande joie d’accueillir une délégation de NOBEL WOMEN’S INITIATIVE. Les femmes de centre maman shujaa on présenter leur cahier de charge. Certaines points essentielles ont était dit :
1 sur le plan psycho –médical : il ya éloignement des formations sanitaire et état de délabrement avancé des route ainsi que la quasi inexistence des routes dans certains coins et les femmes sont traumatisées et manquent des spécialistes psychologues,
2 sur les plan socio-économique : il ya la pauvreté indescriptible, les coutumes rétrograde et stigmatisation des victimes des violences sexuelles.
3 sur le plan sécuritaire : peur permanente des femmes de vaquer a leurs occupations quotidiennes (champs, rivière, marché, sentiers de dessertes agricoles)
4 sur le plan juridique : il l’impunité et corruption, non exécutions des jugements et de réparation des victimes, éloignements de la justice des justiciables et ignorance des instruments juridiques tant nationaux qu’international par les communautés.
Certaines recommandations ont était donnée :
1 aider le gouvernement congolais à sécuriser les territoires national
2 faire le suivi de la mise en application des instruments juridiques internationaux que la RDC a ratifiés (1325,1820)
3 que l’organisation internationale œuvrant dans la lutte contre les violences sexuelles offrent des appuis durables aux victimes des violences pour leur intégration sociale.
4 que les organisations internationales appuient les organisations locales.
5 que la délégation facilite le cadre d’échange avec les femmes du SUD-KIVU dans le but de valoriser notre travail.
6 faire le plaidoyer au bailleur de fonds en faveur des ONG féminines du SUD-KIVU afin qu’elles mobilisent les fonds pour le renforcement des capacités des femmes en leadership.

English translation by community member liannareed

The welcoming of the Nobel Women’s Initiative to the Maman Shujaa Center

We the women of the Maman Shujaa Center have with great joy to host the delegation of the Nobel Women’s Initiative. The women of the Maman Shujaa Center presented the reporting specifications. Certain essential things were said:

1. The Psycho-medical plan: They are distant from sanitary training and in a state of disrepair of the roads as well as the quasi inexistence of roads in certain areas. The women are traumatized and lack psychological specialists.

2. The socio-economic plan: there is indescribable poverty, the customs are retrograde and the stigmatization of the victims of sexual violence.

3. Security Plan: Permanent fear of women to attend to their daily tasks (fields, rivers, market, farm lands)

4. Judicial plan: There is impunity and corruption, lack of execution of judgments and reparation to victims. The distance between justice and the person subject to a trial and the ignorance of judicial instruments both national and international by the communities.

Certain recommendations were given:

1. Help the Congolese government secure the national territories

2. Help them follow up on the application of international legal frameworks that the DRC has ratified (1325, 1820)

3. That the international organization opens in the fight against sexual violence and offers lasting support to the victims of violence for their social integration.

4. That the international organizations support local organizations.

5. That the delegation facilitates a space for exchange with the women of South Kivu in the goal to enhance our work

6. To defend our backers of funds in favor of women’s organizations in South Kivu and in the end to help mobilize women and provide reinforcement for the abilities as women in leadership

Comments

Kadidia's picture

Nobel Women en RDC

Esperance,

Les points que vous soulignez sont tres importants. Je suis persuadee que les membres de la delegation du "Nobel Women's Initiative" vont transferer vos doleances a structures specialisees.
Si je puis me permettre, vous pourriez egalement envoyer un rapport au Ministere de la famille et de le femme, au ministere de l'interieur/securite interieure et au Premier Ministre de la RDC pour qu'ils soient eux-aussi informes de vos besoins et preoccupations. nous pensons souvent que nos problemes sont evidents et que tout le monde les voient mais il est necessaire de s'assurer que l'information a ete bien transmise.
Au nom de Worldpulse, Bon courage!

Kadidia Doumbia

liannareed's picture

Translation

The welcoming of the Nobel Women’s Initiative to the Maman Shujaa Center

We the women of the Maman Shujaa Center have with great joy to host the delegation of the Nobel Women’s Initiative. The women of the Maman Shujaa Center presented the reporting specifications. Certain essential things were said:

1. The Psycho-medical plan: They are distant from sanitary training and in a state of disrepair of the roads as well as the quasi inexistence of roads in certain areas. The women are traumatized and lack psychological specialists.

2. The socio-economic plan: there is indescribable poverty, the customs are retrograde and the stigmatization of the victims of sexual violence.

3. Security Plan: Permanent fear of women to attend to their daily tasks (fields, rivers, market, farm lands)

4. Judicial plan: There is impunity and corruption, lack of execution of judgments and reparation to victims. The distance between justice and the person subject to a trial and the ignorance of judicial instruments both national and international by the communities.

Certain recommendations were given:

1. Help the Congolese government secure the national territories

2. Help them follow up on the application of international legal frameworks that the DRC has ratified (1325, 1820)

3. That the international organization opens in the fight against sexual violence and offers lasting support to the victims of violence for their social integration.

4. That the international organizations support local organizations.

5. That the delegation facilitates a space for exchange with the women of South Kivu in the goal to enhance our work

6. To defend our backers of funds in favor of women’s organizations in South Kivu and in the end to help mobilize women and provide reinforcement for the abilities as women in leadership

liannareed's picture

J'ai bien aimé votre poste

J'ai bien aimé votre poste sur la Nobel Women's Initiative. J'espère que peut-être le Congo peut ratifier les instruments juridiques parce que je pense que c'est le début d'un nouveau chapitre pour le pays. Est-ce que vous connaissez les femmes qui travaillent pour le promouvoir de ces instruments, ou peut-être les ONGs?

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