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  1. L’étude conclut que la violence contre les enfants est omniprésente, dans tous les pays, toutes les sociétés et tous les groupes sociaux. L’extrême violence contre les enfants fait parfois la une des journaux, mais les jeunes rappellent qu’ils sont aussi blessés par la répétition fréquente, quotidienne de petits actes de violence. S’il arrive que la violence soit soudaine et inattendue, la plupart des auteurs des gestes violents contre les enfants sont des gens qu’ils connaissent et auxquels ils devraient pouvoir faire confiance : parents, petit(e) ami(e), époux(se) ou partenaire, camarades de classe, enseignants et employeurs. La violence contre les enfants inclue la violence physique ou psychologique comme les insultes et humiliations, la discrimination, l’abandon ou la maltraitance. Même si les conséquences varient en fonction de la nature et de la sévérité de l’agression, les répercussions à court et à long terme, pour les enfants comme pour la société, sont souvent graves et dramatiques.

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  2. Nous aimons la vie نحن نحب الحياة Noi amiamo la vita
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  3. http://www.kirabofoundation.org

    To the untrained eye, traffic rules are nonexistent here in Uganda. Well, that’s not exactly true – but mostly. There are sides to the road, and they are used accordingly some of the time, but then who’s keeping track?

    We were met at the Entebbe International Airport by Pastor Stephen. After quick introductions all around and we piled into the car, rolled down the windows, and headed for Jinja.

    What we experience over the course of the next three hours was something akin to multiple games of chicken, all played out on a roughly two-lane road with various participating vehicles ranging from boda boda (motorcycle taxi) to large transport truck to tour bus.

    But, what strikes me more than the near death experiences on the road to Jinja is the sheer volume of poverty that is daily life here. The living conditions that your average Ugandan endures would shock most people. Their kitchen is a small, open shack with a fire and a couple pots. Electricity is a rare luxury that most cannot afford and indoor plumbing is almost nonexistent.

    In the eyes of a Ugandan, you are their Bill Gates. If they can just get you to see and understand their need, you could totally change their life. So many things you and I take for granted they struggle to even imagine.

    So – consider the possibilities. What if you committed one meal at Taco Bell each month? Your $7.50 a month could mean the difference of getting an education for one more Kirabo kid.

    -Armand Devoir

    Armand is a stockbroker living in the Chattanooga area. He recently volunteered to travel with a team to Uganda to help with a Kirabo mission.

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Tunisie Libre

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Tunisie libre milite pour bâtir une patrie libre, démocratique et développée de manière égale entre toutes les régions en organisant des manifestations variées d'ordre humain, culture politique, de développement...

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