"I am from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where I am a specialist in household violence in the Great Lakes Region.
Safe World For Women influenced my wife, Bahati, and myself to set up a project in the DRC. The project is called COFAPRI, meaning in full the Congolese Females' Action for Promoting Rights and Development. It aims at raising the awareness of violence done on women, girls and children of the DRC and empowering them to say no to violence, injustice and discrimination they undergo at home and in the society.
I have an MA in Conflict Resolution and I am a writer for the Los Angeles based BrooWaha newspaper and I am also a university lecturer."
- The Spread of Violence in South Kivu
- Sugar Daddies and Girls in DR Congo
- Women as War Victims in DR Congo
- The Degradation of Children in DR Congo
- Saving Women and Children in DR Congo
- The Negative Impact of Culture
- International Women's Day Celebrations in DR Congo
- Healing from Rape in DR Congo
- When Will the Rape of Women and Girls End?
- Breaking the Silence in War-Torn DR Congo
- Breaking Taboos: sex education in DR Congo
- An Eye on Mass Rapes in DR Congo
- Local Traditional Leaders in DR Congo
- DR Congo Boys Discuss Unprotected Sex
- DR Congo's Street Children - a Target for War Lords & Traffickers
- 'Child Witches' Blamed for DRC's problems - Accusations & Abuse on Increase
- DR Congo: Village Women Toil But Reap Little Economic Benefit
- DR Congo: Vilage Women & Girls Exploited in the Name of the Catholic Church
- DR Congo: Lifting a Weight from Women's Shoulders
- A Young Woman Leads Her Sisters in DRC Village
COFAPRI - Congolese Females Action for Promoting Rights and Development