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

George Brook children

The new school will be built from lime-stabilised rammed earth. A technology proven in other regions of the world including East Africa, rammed earth is a cost effective, strong, durable, and environmentally-friendly construction method...

Sewing Skills Trophy

“COFAPRI is an amazing organisation that is spreading far in the mountains of our villages where bigger NGOs... are fearing to reach... I have decided to offer them a trophy for encouragement." Mr. Cishugi, Traditional leader in Nyangezi

Samuel Siriria Leadismo

"I’m the first Samburu warrior to start an organization to eradicate female genital mutilation and child marriages.... At first the elders were against everything I was doing. In 2013, they saw an impact when Pastoralist Child Foundation sponsored girls around the communities, and held educational workshops..."

Compassion CBO Anti-Fgm Campaign in Kenya

Following an intensive selection process, Compassion CBO has been awarded a grant by AmplifyChange to run Anti-FGM Hotlines in Kenya.

Children at risk

The situation has been appalling for quite some decades.... Without education, boys will likely join the militia and the outcome will be that new wars will occur. Many of the girls will become involved in selling their bodies for survival...

DR Congo village

'Now things are OK, as you welcomed me among you here... now I am well, with all my children. All of them are going to school thanks to your generosity. I am also making some cash now in the centre here... I can now smile and laugh.'

Joy Orphanage

The fund for the farming project was received in January, 2015 from an organization named Emerge Poverty Free. The farm utilizes 220 acres of land and is currently growing vegetables, fruit, beans, groundnuts and grain. There are also animals like chicken, cows, pigs and goats.

WYCF 2015

Looking back at the impact of We Yone Child Foundation in 2015 - and forwards to plans for the year ahead - Holding the tenets of education, community development and sustainability to heart...