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HISTOIRE DE MA VIE

je répond au nom de esther FAIDA une fille membre de l'association maman shujaa, j 'ai mes parents ils sont tous vivants j'
avais commencé mes études primaires à L'E.P D' IBANA, c'est là que j'ai reçu mon certificat avec 6O%. j'avais également commencé les études secondaires à l' INSTITUT Amina / CEBIA je me suis cependant limité en sixième année des humanité en pédagogie malheureusement je me suis limité au niveau delà à cause d'une deffayance monétaire compte tenu de multiplicité d'enfants dont les parents possèdent; parmi lesquels je suis la septième enfant!! chez nous main nous somme nombreux, mon père il aime beaucoup les garçons plus que les filles, cause pour laquelle je manque l'argent pour suivre mes études, nous vivons tellement en difficulté dans notre pays du Congo ,en plus de ce-là les parents sont déjà viellistes nous maquons vraiment la personne pouvant nous amener le secours de la part de nous, je vous remercie beaucoup mes chers amis veillez agréer l'expression de la lecture de celle -ci

English translation by community member irenelucia

Story of my life

I am called Esther Faida and I am a girl and a member of the Maman Shujaa organization. My parents are both living. I began my studies at the primary school of Ibanda, and it was there that I received my certificate with a 60%. I started secondary studies at the Amina/Cebia Institute, but in my sixth year of humanities with a concentration in pedagogy, I unfortunately had to stop because of a défaillance - monetary failure, given the number of children that my parents have... and I am their seventh child! In our home we are many.

My father prefers his sons to his daughters, so he doesn't fund my education. We truly live in difficulty in our country, the Congo. In addition, parents are already old. We truly lack someone who can support us.

I thank you very much, my dear friends. I sincerely hope that you appreciate this post.

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begeziani's picture

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mes chers amis je vous faire une bonne information pour vous comment nous vous aime beaucoup ici chez nous aux Congo nous somme bien former par déformation maman shujaa ,avent jeté faible de savoir ordinateur main aux aujourd’hui je suis capable de résoudrais in peut de chose dans un ordinateur ,nous somme déjà capable de savoir comment on entre dans les faceboock et dans l internet ,nous somme forte déjà a cause de notre a sociation de maman shujaa ,nous vous remercions beaucoup pour la bonne formation vraiment nous somme bien éduquer et nous somme bien habituer ici chez nous aux Congo.
pour moi ce la bonne remerciement de ma par merci beaucoup.ce estheurfaida une fille debukavu

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TRANSLATION/TRADUCTION

TRANSLATION/TRADUCTION :

"Story of my life:

I am called Esther Faida and I am a girl and a member of the Maman Shujaa organization. My parents are both living. I began my studies at the primary school of Ibanda, and it was there that I received my certificate with a 60%. I started secondary studies at the Amina/Cebia Institute, but in my sixth year of humanities with a concentration in pedagogy, I unfortunately had to stop because of a défaillance - monetary failure, given the number of children that my parents have... and I am their seventh child! In our home we are many.

My father prefers his sons to his daughters, so he doesn't fund my education. We truly live in difficulty in our country, the Congo. In addition, parents are already old. We truly lack someone who can support us.

I thank you very much, my dear friends. I sincerely hope that you appreciate this post."

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