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.


'I have been able to gain some independence; the three youngest of my grandchildren are now attending a boarding school at Namisambya and as old as I look, I always pay their school fees on time with little trouble.

These things have changed the way I used to view life” - Akello Justin


School closures cause concern to parents. They tell Santigie that without school, their children will be drawn to gangs and prostitution. We are part of a coordinated national response to Ebola. We encourage as much support as possible for Street Child's Ebola Crisis Appeal.


Through the green manure project, tailoring skills programme, women's rights project and other projects, SURCOD is working at the grassroots to ensure that farmers in Chididi do not struggle...


On 22nd September 2014, at the UN headquarters in New York, along with world leaders, Zoneziwoh Mbondgolo joined colleagues from the community service organisations (CSOs) and public/private sectors, and listened to member states renewing their promises...


It is imperative that the Cameroon government, among others, supports young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services, including comprehensive sexuality education, gender equality, and investment in youth capacities and leadership...


I informed members about the donation and help we received from the Kelley School of Business in the USA....The Kelly School had involved me in developing a business handbook for the women. The women were very excited on hearing this news - Mugisho Theophile.


Sayydah Garrett from Pastoralist Child Foundation reports on her trip to Kenya.
"It was like a homecoming for me as I recognized many of the beautiful people I met 2 years ago."


SAWERA is working for women’s empowerment in District Swat and is launching a project providing vocational skills trainings to 1,800 women to polish their existing skills and to gain new skills. Your help is welcome!