In this huge country that has been torn by unending wars directed to women and girls, even children and the environment, gender is never valued at family, community and national levels. At family level, mostly in villages, gender is discriminatory, since the education given to boys differs to that given to girls since they are prepared for their future roles in community. Boys can go to school, but not girls. Even in some areas of the country, there exist typical schools for boys and those of girls. I personally did my primary school (the first 5 years) in a boys school (Ecole Primaire Cibimbi Garcons), then my father moved me to a mixed one. in communities, and mostly in the villages again, women have no word in public, for their place is in the kitchen. At national level, where laws are made to protect the people, women are not represented in good number in the government. And the few that are there never raise the issue of the women in the villages. We have to think on ways to eradicate discrimination on women in villages.