The economic reconstruction of a country emerging from war is crucial and complex and directly or indirectly shapes women and men post war livelyhood.
since most of the women were not involved directly in the conflict they are the best to be involved in the peacebuilding process, most of the Organisations communities tend to ignore the role that women play in the peacebuilding process and that tends to undermine their ability to bring the community together they still believe that they are better off at home, but we believe that during the war they the most affected since most them are not allowed to carry weapon and go to the streets to march or fight with men; they the most vulnerable during the war most are raped, beaten, trafficked and killed, if am not allowed to carry my weapon and defend myself then am the better person to be involved the peacebuilding process, because I have not confronted directly with someone and most us are raped mistreated and killed just for nothing.
it is time now to understand the role of women in the peacebuilding process is very crucial and important firstly they have the ability naturally of caring and supportive in homes and if they can use that ability in the peacebuilding process then we are assured that they can really and able to deliver whatever task they are given like for example you cannot send a wolf to look after the sheeps, if you are involved in the war you need someone else who is neutral and has not involved in the conflict to help in the conflict resolution so that both parties can work on their differences.
Women are known to be sentimental on the other side when men feel remorse aftermath of the war, so the question is who is the better involved in the spearheading peacebuilding process question which is left for us to answer.
Peter Shitabule 2 yrs
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