EMAKUMEAK: ALDAKETAREN INDARRA INDIAN

Dagoeneko eskolan da Vicente Ferrer Fundazioak antolatzen duen “EMAKUMEAK: ALDAKETAREN INDARRA INDIAN” erakusketa! Honakoa eraikin berriko lehen solairuan aurkitzen da, erakusketa gunean hain zuzen.

Erakusketa honek Indiako nekazaritza munduko zazpi emakumeen eguneroko bizitza islatzen du. Vicente Ferrer fundazioari esker, emakume hauek emakumeak zapaltzen dituzten estruktura sozialak haustea lortu dute bai beraientzat, bai beren familiakoentzat etorkizun hobeagoa lortuz.

 

Zazpi emakume hauen bizitzaren bidez, Indiako egoera eta Vicente Ferrer erakundeko lan guneak ezagutzen ahal ditugu. Agerian dago pobreziak emakume izena duela, baina honen gainetik, emakumeen bizitza hobetze historiak eta ahaleginak aurkezten dira.

Erakusketa Likita-ren historiarekin bukatzen da, 9 urterekin ingeniari izan nahi duen neskatilarekin. (Amelia Earharte-k zioen moduan “etorkizuna euren ametsen edertasunean sinesten dutenena da” ) Honetarako, Likitaren gurasoak hezkuntzak dakarren hobetze aukera ahaztu gabe, egunero ahalegintzen dira Likitak eskolara joan dadin. Azkenengo historia honetan aldaketaren hazia eta emakume eta elkarte pobreen ahalduntzea islatzen da.

Ez galdu erakusketa hau, izan ere, argazki gutxitan ohartuko zara emakumearen irudia ahula ez dela, imajinatu dezakeguna baino askoz indartsuagoa baizik.

Gogoan izan: Kemena, sentsibilitatea, jakituria, bizitzarekiko maitasuna… Egunero ospatu ezazu emakumea zarela!

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WOMEN: THE STRENGTH OF CHANGE IN INDIA

We already have in the school the exhibition “Women: The strength of change in India”!, organized by the Vicente Ferrer Foundation (VFF). It is located in the exhibition space on the first floor of the new building.

This exhibition shows the daily life of seven rural Indian women who have managed to break with the social structures that oppress women, with the support of the Vicente Ferrer Foundation through its different fields of action: housing, ecology, education, health, people with disabilities, woman and childhood. Consequently, they have achieved a better future for themselves and their families.

Through the life of these seven women, you can be aware of the reality of India and also the VFF fields of work. It shows the reality of poverty, that has woman name, but at the same time the change and improvement.

The exhibition ends with the story of Likita, a nine years old girl who wants to be an engineer. As Amelia Earhart said: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” in order to achieve this goal, her father and mother notice the power of education and they work very hard so she can study. This last story contains in itself the seed of change and shows the success of the empowerment processes of women and of disadvantaged communities.

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Do not miss this exhibition, because with a few pictures you will realize that the female image is not weak but much stronger than anyone can imagine.

Remember: courage, sensitivity, intelligence, love for life…

Celebrate every day that you are a woman!

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