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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



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.

Grassroots News

Safe World Field Partner, work directly with issues such as poverty, health-care, marginalisation, FGM, child marriage, and education.

Asha Leresh

How Asha Survived the Unnecessary Cut

Asha’s luck came when Samuel Siriria Leadismo, the Director of Pastoralist Child Foundation and his team visited her village, creating awareness about female genital mutilation (FGM) and sexual reproductive health....

Washing Hands to Improve Health in Rural DR Congo

COFAPRI organised handwashing sessions for school children and mothers in rural villages, with the aid of educational DVDs kindly supplied by Thare Machi Education. The word has begun to spread as neighbours are now prompting each other to wash their hands.
Safe Spaces

Safe Spaces Crucial for Women's Self-Reliance in Rural DR Congo

Increased security helps women become self-reliant and less financially dependent on their husbands. This improves the situation for the whole family and also means the women are less vulnerable to abuse.
Towards womens empowerment

DR Congo: Men's Inclusion in Women's Empowerment Benefits Everyone

It remains very important within communities for men and boys to be educated regarding the rights of women and girls, including their proper, fair and respectful treatment. When the women and girls become empowered, it is the whole community that benefits.
Margaret from Kiambu Support Group

Nairobi cancer survivor has hope at last

Margaret is among many women Compassion CBO trained in 2015. She has survived breast Cancer 2 times.

New Womens Magazine for Cameroon

The first edition of the Women for a Change Magazine is now available.

News, Interviews and Blogs

Under-reported issues affecting women and children. Exclusive interviews, articles and blogs by Safe World Correspondents and Content Partners

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The Need for Victim Compensation Programmes - Pakistan and Globally

Globally, victim compensation programmes play a significant role in providing assistance to the victims of violence... however, in Pakistan we are lacking any such programme. It is high time to take serious note of the issue and develop a strong referral…
Lizzy and Victoria

Peace, Dialogue & the Ripple Effect: #RISING16 Global Peace Forum

Perhaps the most inspiring session for me came towards the end of the two days and was entitled ‘Bring back our girls – the forgotten victims of conflict’... We heard the CEO of International Alert, Harriet Lamb, and Victoria Nyanjura - who was kidnapped by…
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Olutosin Adebowale: To America With Love

Once upon a time in my country, Nigeria, there was a ruler who was dreaded by many... We resisted and said No to every oppressive action or word to any weak or voiceless Nigerian... This is the time to stand firm on what has held the world together - Love.
Berlyne Ngwalem Ngwentah

Berlyne Ngwentah: 'The Biggest Cheerleaders of Women are Women'

All the most prominent, biggest community and feminist movements to alleviate the sufferings of women and girls and support women’s involvement in education and leadership have been championed mostly by women...
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Promoting Misogyny, Zenophobia, and Bullying... is.... Nasty

I cannot ever vote for anyone who promotes misogyny, racism, Islamophobia, zenophobia, homophobia... It would be a mockery of my life... dishonoring my elders who have endured the many injustices of racial animosity, my friends who've experienced the same...
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Women United for a Better Community in High Andean of Peru

“Women United for a Better Community” is a new group of grassroots women in the Ayacucho Region at the South High Andean of Peru, recently created by Estrategia, a National Grassroots women's organization. The grassroots women require to be heard and get the…


Jennifier Ali- A great shining star of Pakistan passed away!

By Syed Mahmood Kazmi 

How to describe a young person full of energy, social activist, trainer, a person who is always ready to help people? Sometimes we don’t find words to describe such beautiful young souls and here we were with one, Jennifer Ali. Her affiliation with the humanity and serving others was very strong.  She went to UAE few weeks ago due to her work. On the night of February 27, she was walking on the road. A car hit her and she was injured badly. She couldn’t resist death and left all of us in this world.

I never met Jennifer Ali in person but we were very good friends through social media. She was always very supportive and kind to me. I remember our conversations where she gave me wonderful ideas and solutions about various problems. She said that we have to fight for our rights. If we struggle, we will get good fruit. And her support made me more courageous and I succeeded. She was a great hope for the people who were in trouble and suicidal. She was working to help them to live their lives.  She was making this world a HEAVEN for them.

Today, on March 01, 2013 it is her birthday. She would have many dreams but Allah has always the best for us. She was serving others without any personal gain or profit.

A paragraph from Jennifer's blog (which is ranking TOP 4 worldwide):

“Service to mankind is so ingrained in her blood that she chose to leave her Banking career and start her Non-Profit Organization and founded an organization to prevent ‘Suicide’ in Pakistan as well as initiated her Project called ‘ Heaven on Earth’”

You will always be remembered in our hearts!

Jennifer-Ali-trainingJennifer's Training SessionJennifer represented Pakistan on various occasions abroad and got a very good fame for the country.

She had thousands of friends worldwide who are sending condolences messages and feel lonely without her:

I met Jennifer in the Change course in UK, she is amazing, full of life, and can’t forget best times together. She planned to work in Dubai and when I told her that I hate my job and I hate the way my, she advised me to follow her and not to worry about financial issues:(.”

Jodi Mansour from Palestine.

She was a progressive lady, in so many ways. A lady that has the courage to talk about suicide prevention and integration of eunuchs on all TV stations around Pakistan and at the same time do small steps to change the lives of the people around her. Humble, smart, full of warmth, devotion and patience, she invested herself in everything she did, as well as in the challenge: future community. She was a brand!"

Bistra Kumbaroskafrom Slovenia.

"It is rare to find a young person who is so dedicated not just to doing something remarkable with her own life, but who makes it a priority to help others recognize their value and helps them find their feet so they can find the strength to do something remarkable of their own.  Thank you for sharing your gifts and your kindness.  You will be missed Jennifer." 

Hayley from Canada.

"A chirpy smile, a brave heart and a wonderful human being.  The above words define Jennifer completely.(Few words are never enough
for the person she was). A girl who felt for all sections for society, she was one who had created a HEAVEN ON EARTH for those who were in need.  A woman who fought for dignity of women and always said 'Life is a Precious gift of god, Cherish it.’  My hands still tremble to write this, I am unable to believe that she is no more with us." 

Apoorva Jain from India.

"You were a lively spirit igniting everyone hearts that you met. I remember always striking up a conversation with during the C:F Summit barely a year ago. Once for some reason, you noticed from a far that my eyes were twitching and the next break you were there applying Japanese Reiki and saying your words of assurance and comfort."

Sayanee Basu from India.

“I was a Jennifer’s roommate at CF Summit in 2012. She amazed me by her shining eyes and confidence in her future. She wanted to protect women’s rights in Pakistan and had a great vision of it. She was very generous and positive. Evening talks with her were inspiring and always left me in good mood. I lived with her just a few days, but can’t forget her beautiful smile. She is one of the best people that I have ever met. I will never forget Jennifer, such a hearty person."

Natalia Shulga from Russia.

Jennifer-Ali-2Jennifer Ali RIP“I remember her especially when we seated in the room in the hotel in our first day of meeting, she shared with her experience in life, and she was so open, so inspired, she told how she changed her life for fighting women rights in Pakistan. I was listening her and been inspired by her brave, strength of mind and her confidence in that she was doing! She is a real example to follow!!!"

Olga Toloknova from Slovenia

"She was a great person who always send messages how life is beautiful, that noone should never give his/her own life away because life is a gift -think that every person -friend should share her mission, she lived for a reason, she lived to learn us to love to life and she never should be forget and we should share her mission -learn people to love life and live and never give up."

Vesna Djukanovic from Montenegro.

Dear Jennifier Ali, You are in a very better place now. You made this world a Heaven for many. We will carry out your mission and will serve others. You are an inspiration.
I request all of you to please pray for her. May her soul rest in Peace. Amen

 Jennifer Ali's blog:

Jennifer Ali's Facebook Page

Syed-MahmoodSyed Mahmood Kazmi is a member of the Youth Parliament of Pakistan, and a student of MSc Sociology. youth activist, blogger, emergency response team leader, youth & volunteering advocate and social worker in Pakistan.



Twitter: @SMahmoodKazmi

Facebook: s.mahmood.kazmi