Compassion In Kenya

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Compassion CBO

Compassion CBO, was formed to eradicate poverty through education and sustainable development among women living in the slums and rural areas of Kenya and to rehabilitate orphans and vulnerable children.

Survivors In DR Congo

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COFAPRI

COFAPRI is registered in Bukavu in the eastern Democratic Rupublic of Congo The organisation empowers women through encouraging income-generating activities such as the rearing of livestock.

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'You are my fathers and I am your son... Think of how to arrest those who rape these women we are serving and not us who serve them.' - COFAPRI coordinator tells police.

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Schools in the slums require a feeding programme for children, for many can’t sit and listen when hungry...

The interval between meals for these children is not about hours – but days.

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"We have to be sure the sun will rise tomorrow...

We must unite and stand as one strong team to say no to violence to women and girls here and everywhere in the world.”

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The culture, traditions, morals, and main beliefs of the grassroots remain a strong pillar in whatever they do.

Consulting them in their natural environment can reveal more than we could know if we only sat in offices waiting for news from people other than the grassroots themselves.

Amshatu-profile

Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo interviews Ms. Wirba Amshatu Verbe, mentor at the Government Teachers Training College, Buea: “I lost my sight when I was one year six months old...”

SAWERA-W4

SAWERA is privileged to have recently formed a partnership with Womwn's WorldWide Web (W4). W4 is an online collaborative platform dedicated to empowering girls and women around the world, through education, microfinance, access to ICTs and networking...

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The advent of New and Social Media has brought tremendous changes in many lives, especially in the lives of women and other marginalized groups...

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COFAPRI believes that gender imbalance needs to be addressed in economic development, in the context of reducing DRC women’s acute poverty  –  particularly in remote villages....

Such unbalance often culminates into the horrible story of rapes that we are experiencing today.