Compassion In Kenya


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.


The programme COFAPRI has implemented... includes animal rearing, sewing and knitting activities and small businesses. In addition, we sponsor the school education of children born of raped mothers by paying their school fees and providing school materials.


"There are mixed feelings in our communities... People who were given soap by government health workers during the nationwide lockdown refused to use the soap for fear of it being injected with the Ebola virus." Santigie Bayo Dumbuya, Founder of WYCF.


In the DRC villages where COFAPRI operates, many school-age children stay at home..... most of these children are orphans of war, or born of raped mothers. Sadly, most of the perpetrators remain free, while the victims are dying alive. COFAPRI is working to change this...


SAWERA arranged a one-day hand washing activity, funded by Care International ... Hand washing with soap is the single most effective and inexpensive way to prevent diarrhea and acute respiratory infections. Diarrhea and pneumonia together account for almost 3.5 million child deaths annually...


SURCOD’s Village Savings & Loan Project (VSL) project, funded by Volkart Foundation, aims at improving the livelihoods of women in Chididi... The idea is to boost women’s access to property.


In Sierra Leone, Ebola has hit hard. WYCF - together with Street Child - has been reaching out to children in the slums of Kroo Bay. 2,80 US$ per child has hepled keep over 250 alive, fed, and informed. However, the numbers of children in need are overwhelming!


"I feel very happy today thanks to the funds... I will be selling bananas, groundnuts, sugar and salt... I promise I will use the money well. With my two hands, I say thanks a lot..." Nsimire Binja, age 23 and mother of 4 has been widowed by the war and is living alone in a small house...


“We are going to school now and we thank you the people for helping us. Now we dream that one day there will be promotion of gender equality in national education laws, policies, and plans..." - Irenge Murhima, Cihanda girls primary school, DR Congo.