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Ma suggestion au message

Après avoir lu le message que vous avez demandé aux membres de worldpulse de donner leurs propositions avant la date du 27 mars 2014 J'ai eu l'occasion de songer aux problèmes des femmes rurales.
En effet la plupart des formations organisées pour les femmes c'est sont celles qui vivent en ville qui sont les bénéficiaires.
De ma part j'aurais souhaiter que dans les milieux ruraux worldpulse puisse mettre des noyaux qui s'occuperont d'organiser les formations des ces femmes qui vivent dans leurs entités sans toutefois se baser de ce qui se passe en ville .Tellement qu'elles n'ont pas des moyens d'y aller et beaucoup d'entre elles n'ont jamais été en ville(cas de femmes en RD congo)
En outre ces formations doivent avoir le rapport avec leurs activités quotidiennes et selon leur souhait et leurs besoins.
Dans les milieux ruraux les femmes s'occuppent de l'agriculture et de l'élévage mais sans aucune notion moderne.
FELIX M

Comments

Ruth Ithurralde's picture

Bonjour

Bonjour Felix,
Merci pour cette excellent suggestion. Est-ce que quelques démarches ont maintenant été prises pour donner de la formation aux femmes dans les milieux ruraux?
Ruth

Ruth Ithurralde's picture

Translation

My suggestion to the message
After reading the message asking World Pulse members to put forward their suggestions by March 27, 2014, I took the opportunity to think about the problems faced by rural women. Most of the training sessions organised for women benefit those who live in towns and cities. Personally, I would like World Pulse to set up small groups in rural areas in order to organise training for these women who live in their own entities, without focusing on what is happening in towns and cities. These women do not have the means to go to towns and many have never been (as is the case for women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Besides, these training sessions must relate to their daily activities and meet their wants and needs. In rural areas, women take care of farming and livestock and have no notions of the modern world. FELIX M

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