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ACTIVITE DES FILLES AMBASSADRICES POUR LA PAIX EFFECTUER A MUMOSHO

L’activité a commencée à 13H°° par le mot d’ouverture de Maman NEEMA.
L’activité proprement dit :
La demoiselle Ariane MOZA a fait l’introduction de l’activité par l’alphabétisation en expliquant d’abord l’importance de leur visibilité à Mumosho en cette date ;
La première question était de savoir qu’à Mumosho nous sommes dans quel :
- Localité,
- Groupement,
- Collectivité,
- Territoire,
- Province et
- Pays
Notre objectif sur cette question était de montrer à nos participant(es) comment le programme peut commencer à l’O.N.U après c’est le pays, les provinces, les territoires, les collectivités, les groupements, et en dernier lieu c’est les localités pour que la dernière personne écoute ces informations ; Mais à notre grande surprise, il avait des personnes parmi nos cible qui ne connaissent pas que Mumosho se trouve dans quel pays ; car ils disaient que notre pays c’est le Congo Brazza !!! Ceux là qui ne savent que nous somme dans quel pays il est difficile qu’ils connaissent notre pays, territoire, collectivité, groupement et localité c’est pourquoi ce point dans l’alphabétisation était très nécessaire et bénéfique pour nos participants (es).
La deuxième question était de savoir qu’est-ce que l’O.N.U ? et là les participant(es) ont très bien répondu en disant que c’est une Organisation de Nations-Unies. Pour mieux comprendre nos deux résolutions (1325 et 1820), Ariane a expliquer d’abord la journée du 08/03 le pourquoi, comment, quand et où cette journée a commencée pour voir comment ces résolutions nous ont arrivés. En atterrissant bien sur nos deux résolutions, l’enseignante a posé la troisième question qui était libellée de la manière suivante :
Connaissez-vous quelques droits de la femme ?
- Droit à l’éducation,
- Droit à l’héritage,
- Droit au travail,
- Droit à la discutions de la dot de sa fille(ce sont là les réponses de nos participant(es) car on en a beaucoup) Mais attention les filles Ambassadrices pour la paix ont ajoutées que la femme a Droit de vivre dans un environnement sain parce que c’est un être vivant comme les hommes.
La quatrième question qui était un « Brainstorming » pour tous, de donner la différence entre :
- Genre : c’est sont des lois ou des règles données à l’homme était que l’homme et à la femme étant que femme ;
- La parité : c’est la capacité des chances dans les lieus de travail entre homme et femme ;
- L’équité :être juste envers les femmes et les hommes et c’est qui mène à l’égalité ;
- L’égalité : conditions égales, possibilités et chances égales dans l’existence.
Après cette prédication, Ariane a introduit les acteurs pour le théâtre sur « la femme et l’éducation » 20 minute après, Ariane a introduit deux autres filles du groupe , qui ont expliquées ces résolutions(1325 et 1820).
La première était MASOKA qui a prêché sur la résolution 1325 à long et à large en se focalisant sur le trois P qui sont :
- Participation de la femme,
- Protection de la femme et
- Prévention de la femme pendant 30 minutes.
La deuxième, était BENEDICTE qui a parler sur le 1820 en commençant par l’historique et en se focalisant sur le trois manières de violer parmi les dix-sept dans cette loi, entre autre :
- Mariage forcé,
- Stérilisation forcé et
- Transmission délibérer de VIH/SIDA
Elle a parlée pendant 15 minutes, et après la modératrice(Ariane) a encore introduit la deuxième partie du théâtre et après elle a laisser le temps des questions-réponses, en présentant les filles Ambassadrices pour la paix qui a duré 25 minutes ; elle a encore laissait l’espace à Maman NEEMA pour la fixation de l’activité suivante. En fin, Ariane a mit son mot de clôture en disant leurs devise « nous tous nous avons le devoir de VULGARISER les résolutions 1325 et 1820 partout dans nos communautés ». voila le rapport de l’activité des filles Ambassadrices pour la paix ; mais nous avons des difficultés sur les descente sur terrains.
Vos questions et remarques sont les bienvenues.
La fille là en blouse médicale c’est elle Ariane MOZA qui avait fait l’alphabétisation et dans le théâtre elle était le médecin. Merci

English translation by community member Anna L.

EVENT HELD IN MUMOSHO BY THE YOUNG WOMEN AMBASSADORS FOR PEACE

The event began at 13:00 with opening remarks by Mother Neema.
The event itself:
Miss Ariane Moza introduced the literacy event by first explaining the importance of their being in Mumosho on that day.
The first topic was awareness of Mumosho being located in a particular:
- Locality,
- Grouping,
- Community,
- Territory,
- Province and
- Country.
Our goal for this topic was to show participants how the program could begin at the UN and then information could be disseminated and everyone informed at the country, province, territory, community, grouping and finally the locality level. But to our great surprise, some people in our target group didn't know what country Mumosho is located in; they said our country is Congo Brazzaville! For those who aren't aware of which country we're in, it's tough to know our country, territory, community, grouping and locality. This is why this point in the literacy event was necessary and beneficial for our participants.
The second topic was to understand what the UN is, and on this point, the participants responded correctly in saying that it's the United Nations. To better understand our two resolutions (1325 and 1820), Ariane first explained what happened on March 8, why, how and where this day began, in order to see how these resolutions took form. After stressing the importance of our two resolutions, the instructor posed the third question as follows:
Can you name any women's rights?
- The right to education,
- The right to inherit,
- The right to work,
- The right to discuss her daughter's dowry.
(These are the responses our participants gave; there were many). The young women ambassadors for peace suggested another important right, adding that a woman has the right to live in a healthy environment because she is a living being just like a man.
The fourth topic was a brainstorming activity to distinguish the differences between:
- Gender: encompasses the laws and rules given to a man as a man and to a woman as a woman;
- Parity: men and women's access to possibilities in the work place;
- Equity: being fair towards women and men; leads to equality;
- Equality: equal conditions, possibilities and chances in life.
After this lecture, Ariane introduced the actors for the theatrical piece on "women and education". Twenty minutes later, Ariane introduced two young women from the group who explained resolutions 1325 and 1820.
The first was Masoka who spoke at length (thirty minutes) about resolution 1325, focusing on three points:
- Women's participation,
- Women's protection and
- Detention of women.
The second was Benedicte who spoke about 1820, starting with the history of the resolution and focusing on three of the seventeen types of rape defined in this law:
- Forced marriage,
- Forced sterilization and
- Deliberate transmission of HIV/AIDS.
She spoke for fifteen minutes; then the moderator (Ariane) introduced the play's second half. Afterwards, she allowed time for questions and answers and presented the young women ambassadors for peace; this took twenty-five minutes. Then, she turned things over to Mother Neema for her to arrange the next event. Finally, Ariane gave her closing address, saying "we all have the duty to popularize resolutions 1325 and 1820 in all areas of our communities".
And that's the activity report for the young women ambassadors for peace; but it must be said that field visits are difficult for us to conduct.
Your questions and remarks are welcome.
The girl you see in the medical coat is Ariane Moza who conducted the literacy event and played the part of a doctor in the theatrical piece.

Comments

Anna L.'s picture

Chère Ariane, Merci pour

Chère Ariane,

Merci pour partager ce récit de l'activité des filles ambassadrices pour la paix. Votre travail est très important et je vous souhaite beaucoup de courage et de succès.

Bien à vous,

Anna

Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

Chère Anne, Merci

Chère Anne,
Merci aussi pour votre courage de nous lire et de nous commenter chaque fois c'est ainsi que nous félicitons pour ce peneble travail que vous faite malgrés vos multiples traveau que vous faite. Nous disons merci

arianemoza

Anna L.'s picture

Chère Ariane, Je vous en

Chère Ariane,

Je vous en prie. C'est avec plaisir que je traduis ces postes..

À bientôt en ligne,

Anna

Merci aussi a vous ma chère

arianemoza

Anna L.'s picture

Translation

EVENT HELD IN MUMOSHO BY THE YOUNG WOMEN AMBASSADORS FOR PEACE

The event began at 13:00 with opening remarks by Mother Neema.
The event itself:
Miss Ariane Moza introduced the literacy event by first explaining the importance of their being in Mumosho on that day.
The first topic was awareness of Mumosho being located in a particular:
- Locality,
- Grouping,
- Community,
- Territory,
- Province and
- Country.
Our goal for this topic was to show participants how the program could begin at the UN and then information could be disseminated and everyone informed at the country, province, territory, community, grouping and finally the locality level. But to our great surprise, some people in our target group didn't know what country Mumosho is located in; they said our country is Congo Brazzaville! For those who aren't aware of which country we're in, it's tough to know our country, territory, community, grouping and locality. This is why this point in the literacy event was necessary and beneficial for our participants.
The second topic was to understand what the UN is, and on this point, the participants responded correctly in saying that it's the United Nations. To better understand our two resolutions (1325 and 1820), Ariane first explained what happened on March 8, why, how and where this day began, in order to see how these resolutions took form. After stressing the importance of our two resolutions, the instructor posed the third question as follows:
Can you name any women's rights?
- The right to education,
- The right to inherit,
- The right to work,
- The right to discuss her daughter's dowry.
(These are the responses our participants gave; there were many). The young women ambassadors for peace suggested another important right, adding that a woman has the right to live in a healthy environment because she is a living being just like a man.
The fourth topic was a brainstorming activity to distinguish the differences between:
- Gender: encompasses the laws and rules given to a man as a man and to a woman as a woman;
- Parity: men and women's access to possibilities in the work place;
- Equity: being fair towards women and men; leads to equality;
- Equality: equal conditions, possibilities and chances in life.
After this lecture, Ariane introduced the actors for the theatrical piece on "women and education". Twenty minutes later, Ariane introduced two young women from the group who explained resolutions 1325 and 1820.
The first was Masoka who spoke at length (thirty minutes) about resolution 1325, focusing on three points:
- Women's participation,
- Women's protection and
- Detention of women.
The second was Benedicte who spoke about 1820, starting with the history of the resolution and focusing on three of the seventeen types of rape defined in this law:
- Forced marriage,
- Forced sterilization and
- Deliberate transmission of HIV/AIDS.
She spoke for fifteen minutes; then the moderator (Ariane) introduced the play's second half. Afterwards, she allowed time for questions and answers and presented the young women ambassadors for peace; this took twenty-five minutes. Then, she turned things over to Mother Neema for her to arrange the next event. Finally, Ariane gave her closing address, saying "we all have the duty to popularize resolutions 1325 and 1820 in all areas of our communities".
And that's the activity report for the young women ambassadors for peace; but it must be said that field visits are difficult for us to conduct.
Your questions and remarks are welcome.
The girl you see in the medical coat is Ariane Moza who conducted the literacy event and played the part of a doctor in the theatrical piece.

Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

Merci ma chère Anne pour

Merci ma chère Anne pour cette traduction pour faire comprendre les autres les activités desFilles Ambassadrices pour la paix.

Bien a vous

arianemoza

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