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LES MODE DE VIE DES ENFANTS AFRICAINE

Les modes de vie des enfants africaine n’est pas bonne. L’enfant africain trouve beaucoup de difficultés. La pauvrette qui domine, manque d’emploi aux parents faits a ce que leur droit n’est pas respect. Beaucoup son délaisse par leur père et reste avec la mère qui n’a pas étudie, pas d’emploi, la vie des enfants devient très dangereux. L’enfant est la entre de grandir avec tant de besoin enfant Fille comme Garçon pas de moyen pour satisfaire a ces besoin, il va faire tout pour trouve a s’aide est la il aura beaucoup de conséquences qui l’entend surtout aux fille pourquoi par ce que un garçon peut reste un mois ou deux moi sans les huile de beauté et il n’est peut pas ce dérange mais ce n’est pas le cas pour la fille et autres besoin.
Notre pays DR.congo un pays qui est assit sur toutes formes des richesses mais il ya de territoire ici a l’est dans la ville de Bukavu ou enfant de 10ans pèse 5kilo. Mal nutrition aux enfants. Si tu demande aux enfants combien de fois qu’il mange il va te dire 3fois par semaine et sans être satisfaire, problèmes sur problème
Pitie aux enfants Africains

English translation by community member rits

AFRICAN CHILDREN'S WAY OF LIFE

African children do not have a good way of life. They face many difficulties. Overwhelming poverty and unemployed parents mean their rights are not respected. Many are abandoned by their fathers and left with their uneducated, unemployed mothers, which puts children's lives in danger. Growing children have so many needs whether they are boys or girls. If they do not have the means to satisfy these needs, they will do anything to get them and face many consequences. This is especially true for girls; boys can spend a month or two without beauty oils with no problem but that is not the case for girls, who have other needs.
Our country, DR Congo, is sitting on all kinds of riches but just east of here in the city of Bukavu, there are children that are ten years old and weigh five kilos — the children are malnourished. If you ask children how many times they eat, they will say three times a week and remain unsatisfied, a problem on top of other problems.
Mercy for African children.

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rits's picture

Merci d'avoir partagé vos

Merci d'avoir partagé vos commentaires avec nous. Cela nous rappelle qu'au Congo comme ailleurs, les bénéfices qui proviennent des ressources naturelles ne sont pas souvent utilisés pur améliorer la vie des citoyens qui en ont grandement besoin.

Vos commentaires aident à donner une voix à ces jeunes et de diffuser les histoires des jeunes Africains partout dans le monde. Merci et continuez!

Merci pour la traduction et pour l’encouragement
Salut

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Translation

AFRICAN CHILDREN'S WAY OF LIFE
African children do not have a good way of life. They face many difficulties. Overwhelming poverty and unemployed parents mean their rights are not respected. Many are abandoned by their fathers and left with their uneducated, unemployed mothers, which puts children's lives in danger. Growing children have so many needs whether they are boys or girls. If they do not have the means to satisfy these needs, they will do anything to get them and face many consequences. This is especially true for girls; boys can spend a month or two without beauty oils with no problem but that is not the case for girls, who have other needs.
Our country, DR Congo, is sitting on all kinds of riches but just east of here in the city of Bukavu, there are children that are ten years old and weigh five kilos — the children are malnourished. If you ask children how many times they eat, they will say three times a week and remain unsatisfied, a problem on top of other problems.
Mercy for African children.

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