Education: We create a caring and supportive learning environment, where the children can learn to read and write for the first time. Where possible, we send children to school and support them with school fees and equipment such as uniforms, books and bags.
Health: We work in partnership with local hospitals to provide health screening for the children in our care. Children have regular dental checks, eye tests and malaria screening.
Shelter: We currently have 20 children that we house and care for in our temporary tent. Sadly, we are forced to turn many children away due to lack of resources.
18 November 2016
Rising tensions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are being stoked by crackdowns on freedom of expression and peaceful protests, posing a deadly risk of further violence, Amnesty International said today, one month ahead of the day President Joseph Kabila’s constitutionally-mandated second term will end.
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Our recent recruitment campaign has boosted our numbers, but we are always looking to welcome more volunteers to the team.