A Young Widow Leads Her Sisters in DRC Village

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Nyota told us that a majority of women in her area are widows because their husbands were killed during the wars.

This drove them to sell their bodies so that they could support their orphans. Once the husband is killed, the husband’s family members do not support the widow. They leave her alone with her children, and sometimes, she is chased away from the husband’s family; thus, everything the husband gave her: land, animals, clothes, etc. is taken from her.

These women now are suffering a lot, and some were again raped by militants....

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Animal Farming Brings Hope for DR Congo Women's Group

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Over the past few months, we have learned from our volunteers in the field that our members are growing in number.

Now, COFAPRI is working with more than 200 members. The majority of them are women and girls, and currently their residence covers 15 villages.

We are really motivated with such a progress, which shows COFAPRI members are committed to change their future into a bright one, where they will be able to educate their children.

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Women & Girls Support Their Sisters in DR Congo

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Safe World Field Partner, COFAPRI, continues to expand its outreach work into new areas of DR Congo.

Founder, Mugisho Theophile, explains that the NGO's success is do to the interest that women and girls are expressing toward our activities of supporting women victims of domestic violence and those who were victims of war violence.

Many of these women were raped and physically and emotionally injured...

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