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Les femmes de médias du Nord et du Sud KIVU s'engagent à accompagner la mise en œuvre de la résolution 1325

Venues de plus de dix médias du nord et du sud Kivu, les femmes de médias s’engagent à accompagner la mise en application de la résolution 1325
C’est Hier 03 mars à Goma, que ces femmes c’est sont rencontrées pour former une synergie afin d’accompagner la mise en œuvre de la résolution 1325. Soucieuses de ceci, elles veulent y contribuer par leur pouvoir (le média). Certaine d’entre elles, veulent aller même au delà de leurs travaux quotidiens et pensent influencer les gents au tour d’elles. Clarisse KAPINGA une journaliste reporter de la télévision Emmanuel dans la ville de Goma, s’engage en ces termes : « Je vais sensibiliser les membres de ma famille et les amener à comprendre l’objectif de la résolution » Une autre pense qu’elle peut influencer des services attaches à sa rédaction. « Il ya une troupe théâtrale attachée a notre rédaction. Je pourrais l’influencer a choisir pour leurs pièces, des thèmes lies a la résolution 1325. » Dit Régine Ndamwenge, une présentatrice de la radio Sauti ya injili.
Il est à espérer que dans les mois prochains, les populations de touts les coins du Nord et Sud-Kivu pourrons s’approprier la résolution 1325, celle qui prône l’implication des femmes dans le processus de la recherche et la consolidation de la paix.

English translation by community member bikesu

Women of Media from North and South Kivu take part in the implementation of resolution 1325

Coming from ten different regions from south and north Kivu, women are committed to accompany the implementation of the resolution 1325

Tonight, on March 3rd in Goma, these women have met to form a synergy to accompany the implementation of the resolution 1325. Concerned of this, they want to contribute with the power they have (the media). Some among them also would like to go go even beyond their daily tasks and think of influencing the people around them. Clarisse Kapinga, a television journalist said "I will raise awareness among my family members, and I will get them to understand the objective of this resolution." Another thinks that she could influence services attached to her writing pieces. "There is a theatrical troupe that works with us, I could talk them into performing pieces with themes related to the resolution 1325." said Ndamwenge, a presentor for the Sauti ya injili Radio Channel.

One hopes that in the upcoming months, people from all corners of North and South Kivu can take part in supporting resolution 1325, the one which advocates for the involvement of women in the processes of research, and consolidation of peace.

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Aurore's picture

Fantastique!

Bonjour E'ka!
C'est fantastique que des professionnelles des médias se mobilisent autour de cette Résolution. Cela donne plus de vie et de force à ce document - si les femmes s'en emparent et s'en servent pour défendre leurs droits alors ce ne sera pas seulement une feuille de papier.

J'aurais une question: y a-t-il des radios congolaises aussi présentes sur Internet (web radio) et en langue française?
Merci!!

Chaleureusement,
Aurore

E'KA's picture

Merci!

Chere Aurore,
Je suis desolee de vous repondre avec retard. Pour repondre a votre question, Je dirais oui il ya quelques radios congolaises en ligne. Voici quelques une d'entre elles; '' www.radiomaendeleo.org'', ''www.radiookapi.net''
merci de nous suivre en ligne.

Affectueusement,
E'ka.

bikesu's picture

Translation

Women of Media from North and South Kivu take part in the implementation of resolution 1325:
Coming from ten different regions from south and north Kivu, women are committed to accompany the implementation of the resolution 1325

Tonight, on March 3rd in Goma, these women have met to form a synergy to accompany the implementation of the resolution 1325. Concerned of this, they want to contribute with the power they have (the media). Some among them also would like to go go even beyond their daily tasks and think of influencing the people around them. Clarisse Kapinga, a television journalist said "I will raise awareness among my family members, and I will get them to understand the objective of this resolution." Another thinks that she could influence services attached to her writing pieces. "There is a theatrical troupe that works with us, I could talk them into performing pieces with themes related to the resolution 1325." said Ndamwenge, a presentor for the Sauti ya injili Radio Channel.

One hopes that in the upcoming months, people from all corners of North and South Kivu can take part in supporting resolution 1325, the one which advocates for the involvement of women in the processes of research, and consolidation of peace.

bikesu's picture

Il me semble comme une projet

Il me semble comme une projet fantastique! Les femmes doivent être une partie dans le processus de la recherche et la consolidation de la paix. Bon courage!

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