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From 1939 to 1943, over 30% of adult Congolese women in Stanleyville (now Kisangani) were so registered.
The taxes they paid constituted the second largest source of tax revenue for Stanleyville.
The inferiority of women has always been embedded in the indigenous social system and reemphasized in the colonial era.
The colonial-era status of African women in urban areas was low.
Widespread malnutrition among children has resulted. Among groups where women have more power, the situation is less severe.
Article 45 of the civil code specifies that the husband has rights to his wife's goods, even if their marriage contract states that each spouse separately owns his or her own goods.