Women Facing Water Crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A wettest land in Africa, lacks water to its inhabitants.

Water Crisis – is one of the hugest problems in most countries of Africa, and the Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC] is not an exception.

The Democratic Republic of Congo is known as one of the wettest lands in Africa. Thanks to its location on the equator, the DRC has an average of 67 inches of rainfall annually [http://thewaterproject.org/water-in-crisis-congo].  To add to that, DRC possesses over half of water reserves of the continent and large drainage basins of water which cover almost the entire country. However, more than half of the Congolese population suffers from water shortages in both rural and urban areas.

Afghan Women: The Half Forgotten of the Society

Afghan – the worst place for a mother and child http://www.ips.org/mdg3/afghanistan-the-worst-place-to-be-a-mother-or-a-child/.

The Role of a Woman in Church

The conference I attended took place in Yaoundé Republic of Cameroon and was titled “The role of a woman in the church”. 

Women in Smoke Clouds

About 250 million women in the world are daily smokers. About 22 percent of women in developed countries and 9 percent of women in developing countries smoke tobacco. Cigarette smoking among women is declining in many developed countries, notably Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA, though this trend is not the same in the South and East of Europe. But the considerable fact is that, as per recent research, women in developing countries and especially those from the Asia, have got into the trend of Cigarette smoking than early times. And today, even Iraq has not been left out of this.