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“If someone puts their hands on you make sure they never put their hands on anybody else again.” Malcolm X
“I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent.” Mahatma Gandhi,

EVERY VICTIM OF WAR HAS RIGHT TO LIVE AND GET THE NORMAL LIFE BACK


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The Fund for Congolese Women – FFC


The Fund for Congolese Women – FFC, is one of the first Congolese non-profit organizations who mobilizes financial resources to support local women’s organizations, networks and groups working on the field. The organizations we support are lead and implemented by women and young girls working with or/and without a legal statute.

We believe in the willingness and potential of Congolese women to:
1. Be active members in society and contribute on the development of the Democratic Republic of the Congo – DRC.

2. Self-solve problems and challenges faced in their communities.

3. Propose efficient solutions for durable changes.

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‘’Women are the real architects of society.’’ by Harriet Beecher Stowe
4. “When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak” by Audre Lorde

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WHY MAKE THE DONATION


FFC HAS MANAGED TO SUPPORT 195 PROJECTS IN TOTAL

Since its effectiveness on field, FFC has managed to support 195 projects

The Fund For Congolese women’s vision is to build a Congo where women and girls have their rights guaranteed, their physical integrity secured, a Congo where women and girls are able to have economic justice and have the right to participate at all levels of decision making that directly affects their lives and subsequently their communities. We are there to promote and defend women and girls rights mostly the right to live in a society free of gender based and sexual violence.

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IF I KNEW !

My name is Alice, I am a child-mother. In 2013 at the age of 17 I got married and left for Uganda with my husband. I was so mistreated by him and was forced to flee back to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
I was sensitized on women’s rights by UPFRI and resumed schooling in Saliboko Institute. I took workshop sessions related to Women’s rights.

I am now an active member in my community sensitizing young girls about the importance of studies before engaging into marriage.
I also sensitize parents to let their children complete their education because in marriage many problems can occur and they have to be able to take care of themselves when this happens.

LETS HELP WOMEN IN NEED :

"I'm not a direct victim of sexual violence. It is my 13-year-old daughter who has been raped. Her father raped her. It was a real shock when I realized that my daughter had been attacked and was already 4 months pregnant resulting from the rape. I decided to go denounce the aggression to my in-law family, but they all refused to support me. They didn’t want to accept what my husband had done. They rejected me and put me out of the house. I did not know what to do so I went to the police, who referred us to FFC. I brought my daughter to the centre and they immediately took care of her: medical examination, psychological counselling and legal and judicial assistance. Although my in-law family put a lot of pressure on me, I decided to file a complaint. My husband has been tried in court.
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