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Atelier de formation sur les résolutions 1325,1820et la photographie aux filles ambassadrices du centre mama shujaa De Bukavu

Etait de deux jour de 8 :00h à 16:00h
1. l’atelier de formation sur la résolution 1325 du conseil de sécurité de nations unies et 1820 présenter par Madame Wivine habitant de Bukavu a parle sur quelques point à savoir :
- Qu’est ce que la résolution 1325
- Qui est responsable de sa mis en œuvre
- Quelles sont les résolutions d’appui
- Quels sont les modèles de mises en œuvre
- Que pouvons-nous faire pour mettre pleinement en œuvre les résolutions d’appui
- Résolution 1325 dans notre pays DR.CONGO et plan d’action
- Quelles est l’importance de la résolution 1325
- Objectif de cette résolution
- 1820 Parle sur la violence sexuelle elle nous a montre les 17 manières de violence sexuelle
La dame Wivine nous a bien explique sur ça jusqu'à quel point je encore considère la femme de plus et elle mérite d’être protège et encourage, je me suis dis qu’elle mérite chaque fois ma voix lorsque qu’elle postule sur une poste quelconque
2. La photographie présenter par jade habitant en Etats unie elle parle sur quelques points à savoir :
- Qu’est ce que la photographie
- L’importance de la photographie
- Quelques conseils pour prendre une belle photo
Elle aussi bien explique et on a prie quelques photo de l’amour de notre vie
En bref : l’atelier est bien passe et on n’a beaucoup bénéficié

English translation by community member amys

Training workshop on Resolutions 1325 and 1820 and photography for girl ambassadors at the Maman Shujaa centre in Bukavu

It took place over two days from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

1. The training workshop on Resolution 1325 of the Security Council of the United Nations and Resolution 1820, presented by Mrs Wivine, of Bukavu, who talked about a few points:
- What is resolution 1325?
- Who is responsible for implementing it?
- What supporting resolutions are there?
- What are the models for implementation?
- What can we do to fully implement the supporting resolutions?
- Resolution 1325 in our country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and an action plan.
- What is the significance of Resolution 1325?
- The aim of this resolution.
- Resolution 1820 talks about sexual violence. Mrs Wivine talked to us about 17 types of sexual violence.
Madame Wivine explained this very well and made me consider women even more, and made me think that women should be protected and encouraged. I said to myself that women deserve my voice any time they apply for any post.

2. The photography workshop was presented by Jade, who lives I the United States. She spoke about a few points:

- What is photography
- The importance of photography
- Some advice on how to take a nice photo.
She also gae a very good explanation, and we took a few photos of the love of our life.

In short: the workshop went well and we benefited a lot.

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Training workshop on Resolutions 1325 and 1820 and photography for girl ambassadors at the Maman Shujaa centre in Bukavu

It took place over two days from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

1. The training workshop on Resolution 1325 of the Security Council of the United Nations and Resolution 1820, presented by Mrs Wivine, of Bukavu, who talked about a few points:
- What is resolution 1325?
- Who is responsible for implementing it?
- What supporting resolutions are there?
- What are the models for implementation?
- What can we do to fully implement the supporting resolutions?
- Resolution 1325 in our country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and an action plan.
- What is the significance of Resolution 1325?
- The aim of this resolution.
- Resolution 1820 talks about sexual violence. Mrs Wivine talked to us about 17 types of sexual violence.
Madame Wivine explained this very well and made me consider women even more, and made me think that women should be protected and encouraged. I said to myself that women deserve my voice any time they apply for any post.

2. The photography workshop was presented by Jade, who lives I the United States. She spoke about a few points:

- What is photography
- The importance of photography
- Some advice on how to take a nice photo.
She also gae a very good explanation, and we took a few photos of the love of our life.

In short: the workshop went well and we benefited a lot.

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Bonjour Kika, C’est bien

Bonjour Kika,

C’est bien lire comment ça c’est passé l’atelier. Ça devait être très intéressant. Les Résolutions 1325 et 1820 sont très important pour la prévention de la violence, surtout contre les femmes, et la participation des femmes. C’est bien voire les photos ! Les photos aussi sont très bien !

Merci pour la lecture et pour la traduction et aussi pour précision.

Salut

sylvie

BUHENDWA NEEMA's picture

bien

je suis vraiment heureuse de lire le compte rendu de cette formation
ma chere j'avais une ignorance sur la resolution 1325,
merci et courage ya trop dada

neema

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