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A GENERAL SCOURGE

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PREJUDICES AND DISCRIMINATION

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Discrimination can be built on the color of your skin, religion,social status, sex, age,etc. This causes fear inside the discriminated person. Wherever they may be, they will feel not integrated in…Continue

LET US TALK PEACE AT HOME TO OUR CHILDREN

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I strongly urge all parents to educate their children about peace; the role of parents in instilling peace issues to their offsprings is of paramount importance. As Africans are good story tellers,…Continue

males beating females in the great lakes region

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Domestic violence is cultural in some areas, like in the great lakes region. It brings little peace if not none at all; it is awful though caused by some irresponsible men in abusing alcohol but…Continue

 

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Dr. surendra pathak left a comment for Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile
"Dear Sir,   We are arranging the accommodation and food for all the participants. We have a very limited fund for the international travel. you can apply to other funding agencies or your govt for the travel assistance.  Thank you with…"
Nov 1, 2011
Dr. surendra pathak and Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile are now friends
Oct 23, 2011
Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile commented on Dr. surendra pathak's event International seminar on 'Teacher Education for Peace and Harmony'
"I would like to attend as this theme is very interesting but I still ignore the terms for attending. Will the organizers provide us with transport and accommodation fares?"
Oct 21, 2011
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International seminar on 'Teacher Education for Peace and Harmony' at India International Centre

February 11, 2012 to February 13, 2012
Recently world has seen Nuclear catastrophic during Tsunami in Japan, political Tsunami at Middle East and Africa; racial & ethnic conflicts at Sri Lanka, east Asia and middle-east; terrorist and fundamentalistattacks in India, Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan  and other countries;Maoist Violence in south Asia. This shows the expression ofintolerance, manifestations of racial and ethnic hatred, the expansionof violence, terrorism & wars with discrimination, inequality and thegrowing…See More
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"Sofia, totally happy with your encouraging comment here and on COFAPRI page on facebook. Together we can change the lives of rural women. What is necessary is to know that we are doing what others had never done, just for our mothers, sisters,…"
Apr 26, 2011
Sofia Giranda left a comment for Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile
"Hi Mugisho, how are you? You have done good works and activities for save world for women. I have good appreciation to you. Go a head! God Bless U"
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"Your work on the very serious matter of domestic violence is one of the most important and complex tragedies families face. I encourage you to in every way!"
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"Firouzeh, nice to find you here. I am the founder of a DRC based new organization. We cover the Great Lakes Region area and we are seeking support as to help women and girls who are often victims of household violence and violence due to warfare. We…"
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"Peace Day TV, I am Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile, from the DRC and I am the founder of COFAPRI, Congolese Females Action for Promoting Rights and Development. We are a new organization and we are seeking support as to help women and girls who are often…"
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"Tore, nice to find you here. I am Mugisho Ndabuli Theophile, from the DRC and I am the founder of COFAPRI, Congolese Females Action for Promoting Rghts and Development. We are a new organization and we are seeking support as to help women and girls…"
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I AM MUGISHO NDABULI THEOPHILE,40 YEARS OLD. MARRIED AND FATHER OF A DAUGHTER AGED 2 AND 6. I AM READING FOR MASTER'S IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE STUDIES_DISTANCE PROGRAMME AT KWAZULU NATAL IN SOUTH AFRICA. I AM CURRENTLY LECTURING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT KIGALI INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITY AS I HOLD A DEGREE IN EDUCATION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, I ALSO HOLD A DIPLOMA IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING WITH AFRICAN CULTURES, A DIPLOMA IN GENERAL EDUCATION AND I HAVE ALSO ATTENDED SEVERAL SEMINARS ON TEACHING THAT LANGUAGE. I HAVE TAUGHT ENGLISH FOR MORE THAN 15 YEARS IN THE DRC, TANZANIA, BURUNDI AND RWANDA. IN FEBRUARY 2009, I ALSO ATTENDED A WORKSHOP IN DURBAN ON PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION BEFORE I STARTED THE MASTER'S STUDIES.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
SO FAR I HAVE WORKED WITH BUKAVU CIVIL SOCIETY IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION BUT I HOPE THIS IS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO BE MORE INVOLVED IN IT. I AM ALSO INVOLVED IN TEACHING AS I MENTIONED ABOVE BUT I STILL BELIEVE THAT TOGETHER WE CAN CHANGE THIS WORLD IF WE WANT TO.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
i CURRENTLY LIVE IN RWANDA-KIGALI WITH MY FAMILY
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
MY CURRENT JOB IS TEACHING AT KIGALI INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITY AND I AM DOING MY MASTER'S PROGRAMME IN PEACE STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU NATAL IN SOUTH AFRICA
How many years professional experience do you have ?
15+
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://I HAVE NOT ANY
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Democratization, Dialogue, Education, Gender, Human Rights, Internally Displaced, Humanitarian Relief, Media, Refugees, Security, Transparency
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Communication, Information Technology, Research, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
I ENVISION TO MAKE RESEARCH ON HOUSEHOLD CONFLICTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON SOCIAL LIFE FOR MY MASTER'S DISSERTATION
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
SO FAR I HAVE NEVER PUBLISHED IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION BUT I HOPE THIS IS THE RIGHT MOMENT. HOWEVER I HAVE DONE SOME PUBLICATIONS I EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE TEACHING.

home violence

Home violence refers to men and women who are eager to legitimize violence in their homes, they are supported by some cultures that still believe in the use of brutality to settle some home issues. This creates the law of the jungle in which the weak are always losers and the strong take it all. The most victims in household violence are those I called the weak; ie the females and the children who suffer what they do not deserve. This is due to some brutal men who want to control over their wives, not recognising they are wrongly acting. Their aim is to set their power over females and thus confirm their masculinity. If they were strong they should look for another man as strong as themselves and engage a fight but not fight someone unable to respond them physically. Some people do believ females are physically weak; even if this true but not always, they are strong somewhere men are weak. However there are other few males who do consider females as their real friends and do give them support. The question is, do we support or kill someone who is pyhsically weak? I think we have to help them where they cannot excel. And physical force is not all, there exist different forms of force; one can be physically weak and be strong in other domains, use their mental capacities. And for me, the latter are the people we need more as to build sustainable development for the community.
On the other hand, some females do deny the male's hounour and dignity although others do surrender for the sake of the so called harmony in their homes. A peaceful home should be the result of the couple's commitment because the dream of most females is to live homes without without troubles, without drinking partners because most of them become aggressive after having seeped on a glass of alcohol. These awful behaviours affect all the family members since their life interrelate. The actions of each member can easily affect all the others, negatively or positively. That is why alcohol is always pointed out as the major cause of home violence. The latter due to alcohol abuse is nonetheless far more common among males than females because most females are ready to listen to their husbands, which is the opposite for majirity of males.

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LIVING PEACEFULLY INVOLVES HAPPY LIFE AND NOT FURY.

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 9:26am 0 Comments





Most people and societies do believe that in order to live in peace they have to consider all possible means that can help them avoid…

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A GENERAL SCOURGE

Posted on March 5, 2010 at 7:06am 0 Comments



Every November 25 the world celebrates the International Day for eliminating violence against women. This day has been instituted in 1999 by the UN General Assembly in order to sensitize the public opinion on violations of women’s rights.

Such an initiative is necessary since in most cultures, women are not considered as true human beings; they are treated just like inferior beings or citizens of second class. The prejudices they undergo are heavy, strong and unbearable. For this… Continue

The Women and Girls of the DR Congo Speak Out

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 11:38am 0 Comments

I personally come from the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo-DRC. This beautiful and huge country is located at the heart of Africa. It engorges

hundreds of tribes and cultures which sometimes walk over females’ rights. Today

the women of this area are telling the world how their rights were infringed in

the past and how today they are still disregarded in different aspects of…

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CONFLICT MINERALS AND SEXUAL VIOLENC IN THE EASTERN DRC

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 11:34am 0 Comments





The Eastern part of the DRC, particularly the South-Kivu province engorges a lot of minerals like gold, coltan, etc. The latter…

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At 6:36am on November 1, 2011, Dr. surendra pathak said…

Dear Sir,

 

We are arranging the accommodation and food for all the participants. We have a very limited fund for the international travel. you can apply to other funding agencies or your govt for the travel assistance. 

Thank you with regards

http://iaseuniversity.org.in/

Dr. Surendra Pathak

At 11:28pm on April 23, 2011, Sofia Giranda said…
Hi Mugisho, how are you? You have done good works and activities for save world for women. I have good appreciation to you. Go a head! God Bless U
At 11:51am on October 14, 2010, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…
Thankx to you, We will in touch in future.
At 3:58am on August 25, 2010, Christa Pierpont said…
Your work on the very serious matter of domestic violence is one of the most important and complex tragedies families face. I encourage you to in every way!
At 4:26pm on August 24, 2010, Craig Zelizer said…
Thanks for your comments.
At 3:25pm on February 23, 2010, G Alexander McDonell said…
I am creating a federation of non-profit organisations. The idea is that it can look after some of the grantwriting and searching for funding, and office management so that the organisations can focus on the work they really need to be doing in the field.

Are you interested? would it be helpful to you? Do you need help finding grants and funds?

This is the address - http://groups.google.com/group/development-federation
At 12:08pm on February 15, 2010, G Alexander McDonell said…
What support are you needing. Tell me more about the project.
At 12:10am on February 14, 2010, G Alexander McDonell said…
Are you working on any projects at the moment?
 
 
 

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