|A Hutu refugee lady being mutilated by RPF soldiers in DRC|
This message is to remind you, the event held this Saturday, July 2, 2011 from 13h to 17h30 at the Parc du Cinquantenaire ASBL Jambo.
Around you, you have several people from the Great Lakes region of Africa and especially in Rwanda that you attend every day and yet you know that many of the important moments in their history.
The event this Saturday, held in conjunction with the International Refugee Day is to educate the public face of one of those moments, namely the stage of life in refugee camps.
The goal is not to bombard you with numbers, names or images of violence experienced by some of the difficulties these people but just to give you time to bring an afternoon costume of a refugee.
To do this, many refugees, young and old who lived in the camps will be there to share their stories with you happy or unhappy lived in these camps.
Several stands playful scenario will also be expected to respond better to some small practical questions you might ask yourself such as "how to organize you one education in the camps? "" How women maintain their intimacy? "" How does one give birth in such unsanitary conditions? "" How to find you one his relatives in the unorganized mass of humanity "and many others.
We hope to see you and avoid the famous saying "it will be for next time" because the opportunity is unique, do not miss :-):-).
The team of Jambo ASBL.
We invite you to circulate this message on your facebook pages to help us make this event a success.
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