Starke Frauen sind Schlüssel für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung Part II

Starke Frauen sind Schlüssel für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung Part II

Asedonia Sakala, 55 Jahre alt, Schatzmeisterin des Chatata Women Clubs in Sambia, geschieden, 2 Kinder und 1 Enkelkind

Asedonia Sakala Frauenclub Sambia

“I get up at 5.30 and go to the field. I sometimes take my little granddaughter to the field with me. When I come back around 9.00 or 10, I sweep the kitchen, fetch water from the borehole and wash the plates. I then prepare fire for lunch, which normally will be nshima and relish. After lunch, I will have a very short break and then go back to the field for the afternoon. When I return, I put some water on the fire for the bath. After bathing, I prepare nshima for supper and go to sleep at 20.00h.”

 

 

 

 

 

Loestin Nthaka, 59 Jahre alt

Frauenclub

Frauenclub

“In the morning I get some water in a small dish and wash my face and teeth, and then I go to the field and work there until I come back at 11.00h. I then clean the kitchen, prepare some relish, and cook nshima for lunch at 12.00h. I then take the empty buckets to the borehole, which is in the village. Afterwards I return to the field for the afternoon shift. When I come back, I take some hot water from the fire and take a bath. I then prepare nshima for supper. I go to sleep in the house at 20.00h.”

 

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