Bugesera: Women are proud of their progressive achievements

Bugesera: Women are proud of their progressive achievements

The women of Bugesera District are proud that self-confidence has helped them to develop, they are no longer the ones to sit down to eat, but that there is a contribution they are making at home.

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It was found that many rural women who lead households still face obstacles in accessing clean water, and electricity and do not know how to use technology, which is one of the foundations for establishing the International Day, to further develop themselves.

Some of those who talked to the press said that women were left at home, they could do nothing but take care of the housework, things that slowed them down in their development, compared to today where they have no job.

Mrs. Rosette Mukampabuka from the Nyamata Sector a mother of three children, says that they are proud that they dare to earn a living so that they can provide for their families.

She said, “As I am a trader, I can deliver from my home through communication and the products are get to me without saying that I am closed and I am going to deliver. The woman in the village was convinced and I can testify, because they were very afraid, they were afraid to go to a place, and you will find that they don't wash, but now all the remaining women look good."

Mrs. Beatrice Musabyimana says that persuasion helped them to go to a savings group it helped them in their development.

She said, "The woman in the village was convinced, and the young people who see that they are walking are following us because if they see what their mother is doing, we have also been giving them a box at home where they can put a coin in that box. It's like at a festival when arrive there are many things you are asked to do for a child, immediately breaks the box and tells you that here is the money and we have it, we want to use it for something, now we will use the phone for what we can't do at home which is a computer."

The commissioner of social welfare in the framework of the National Women's Council in Bugesera District, Mrs Marcelline Mukandamage, says that since the development of the country starts from the home, the government has taken many different measures to ensure that women are taken further to develop themselves.

She said, "There is a program to campaign, so that all rural women form mutual savings groups and use technology, join banks, work with financial institutions, learn careers so that rural women can develop, so that 'Our country is developing. The development of the country comes from our homes, if the homes do not develop, our country will not develop."

It is believed that the village woman did nothing but take care of the housework, but today women are in various things.

 

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Bugesera: Women are proud of their progressive achievements

Bugesera: Women are proud of their progressive achievements

 Apr 23, 2024 - 11:33

The women of Bugesera District are proud that self-confidence has helped them to develop, they are no longer the ones to sit down to eat, but that there is a contribution they are making at home.

kwamamaza

It was found that many rural women who lead households still face obstacles in accessing clean water, and electricity and do not know how to use technology, which is one of the foundations for establishing the International Day, to further develop themselves.

Some of those who talked to the press said that women were left at home, they could do nothing but take care of the housework, things that slowed them down in their development, compared to today where they have no job.

Mrs. Rosette Mukampabuka from the Nyamata Sector a mother of three children, says that they are proud that they dare to earn a living so that they can provide for their families.

She said, “As I am a trader, I can deliver from my home through communication and the products are get to me without saying that I am closed and I am going to deliver. The woman in the village was convinced and I can testify, because they were very afraid, they were afraid to go to a place, and you will find that they don't wash, but now all the remaining women look good."

Mrs. Beatrice Musabyimana says that persuasion helped them to go to a savings group it helped them in their development.

She said, "The woman in the village was convinced, and the young people who see that they are walking are following us because if they see what their mother is doing, we have also been giving them a box at home where they can put a coin in that box. It's like at a festival when arrive there are many things you are asked to do for a child, immediately breaks the box and tells you that here is the money and we have it, we want to use it for something, now we will use the phone for what we can't do at home which is a computer."

The commissioner of social welfare in the framework of the National Women's Council in Bugesera District, Mrs Marcelline Mukandamage, says that since the development of the country starts from the home, the government has taken many different measures to ensure that women are taken further to develop themselves.

She said, "There is a program to campaign, so that all rural women form mutual savings groups and use technology, join banks, work with financial institutions, learn careers so that rural women can develop, so that 'Our country is developing. The development of the country comes from our homes, if the homes do not develop, our country will not develop."

It is believed that the village woman did nothing but take care of the housework, but today women are in various things.

kwamamaza