Synergie des Associations Feminines du Congo (SAFECO)

The vision of SAFECO is to contribute to a Congolese society where women and adolescent girls in general, and in particular indigenous peoples and women living with disabilities, live in peace, have access to quality health care, to clean water, to an improved livelihood, to quality education, equal rights, and where the rights of nature are respected. SAFECO's mission aims to improve the conditions in which women, adolescent girls, women with disabilities and indigenous women in our society live. Since its beginning, SAFECO has focused on empowering and educating girls and women through information and communication technologies.
Educate 60 Vulnerable Children in DR Congo
 
This "Rwenena Kids" program of SAFECO is held at the remote Rwenena (Ruh-NENN-uh) Primary School in the Ruzizi Plain, S. Kivu. We have worked with the village. The program provides tuition & supplies for 60 vulnerable children as well as uniforms, supplementary after-school instruction, and sport-for-peace education for the school's 120 students. We enable a start in breaking the cycle of poverty and promote acceptance of all community members. We are aligned with UN Global Goal #4. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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