Urgent to help Congolese orphans and children refugees scholarship.

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children and their families in Bukavu, Uvira, GOMA, MINOVA, BENI and Kinshasa through care, education and health programs. The Fridays for future Goma and NEW HOPE FOR POOR began as an emergency aid program for war orphans until it was transformed into a permanent home for children deprived of parental care - almost all victims of war.

The most vulnerable children

The situation of the majority of children in the country, but especially in the eastern regions, is disastrous. Children are clearly the most vulnerable population group in the DRC. Although the international community has tried to intervene, the recruitment of children for the country's armed conflict by all parties involved is systematic and widespread. The DRC has one of the highest numbers of child soldiers in Africa.

Thousands of Congolese families have been separated due to armed conflict. Under-five mortality rates are extremely high, at 199 per 1,000 live births, and malnutrition is a leading cause of the high rate of child deaths. Lack of knowledge, the mediocrity of the health system and the lack of medical personnel, infrastructure and equipment further worsen living conditions.

Donors who wish to help vulnerable children are encouraged to sponsor a child, sponsor a village or make a one-time donation. Your support will change the lives of orphaned, abandoned and other vulnerable children. Please help today.

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