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International Women´s Day – 8th March 2015

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To celebrate the international women’s day with the women in LungaLunga is an unforgettable experience. Louise Felldin knows.
”It was a fantastic day”, she says.
Almost a hundred women, and one man, from all the seven villages in Nikumbuke project met at the centre in LungaLunga in the morning of March 8th. All women were dressed up in colourful kangas and dresses and many of them had made the effort to make them in the same fabric to show they belonged to the same group.
The women gathered in the outdoor classroom and Bendettah welcomed them. Then she declared that the day would start with a manifestation for change, just like last year. This meant that all the women put on blue rubber gloves and went out to clean the village, which always is swamped with litter and garbage.
Huge plastic bags were filled with everything from paper and plastic to metal and textile, as the streets were cleaned. People in the village watched them work, some astonished, some with reluctance. When finished, the women gathered again to celebrate together. All the different groups had prepared something to entertain the rest: special written songs, poems, plays and dances, most on the subject of happiness for having the chance to learn and for Nikumbuke. Louise and the two other Swedish mentors had to join in with both singing and dancing. The Swedes even sang their own song appropriate for the day ”Åh tjejer…”
Bendettah also gave a speech, and so did Louise, who praised Bendettah’s work, but also all the women who make such an effort for change and a better life.
”Bendettah was so touched she couldn´t translate what I said, and let Josephine do so instead,” Louise tells.
She says it was an emotional and remarkable day – and the best women’s day ever.
She was extra proud that fromone2another had contributed with money, so the women from all the different villages could afford to travel to Lunga – and also with lunch and refreshments, which was highly appreciated by all participants.
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