THE FUND FOR CONGOLESE WOMEN
The Fund for Congolese Women (FFC) is a proximity fund that provides much needed financial and technical resources to women-led grassroots initiatives and organizations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Support women’s grassroots organizations for the effective promotion of Congolese women and girls’ rights.
A Democratic Republic of Congo without violence where women and girls have a full access to their fundamental rights.
believes in the potential of Congolese women and girls to contribute to the development of their country and in their ability to provide effective solutions for a sustainable change in the DRC.
Participation, Transparency, Efficiency, Equity, Inclusivity, Trust
CLIMATE JUSTICE , POLITICAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN, WOMEN IN PEACE NEGOCIATION, WOMEN RIGHTS & FIGHT AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE, FIGHT AGAINST HIV AND AIDS, WOMEN & GIRLS EMPOWERMENT
The Fund For Congolese Women funds small local organizations in the early stages of their conception and we fund grassroots organizations which do not have access to financial support from donors.
brings organizations together to share best practices, experiences and identify effective strategies to address common challenges in our communities. We facilitate knowledge sharing among local groups from different provinces and we bring women closer together creating a bridge in within diverse communities. In doing so, FFC has strengthened the Congolese women’s movement.
We believe & trust in the potential of Congolese women and girls to contribute in the development of our country and in their ability to provide effective solutions for a sustainable change in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Through advocacy with traditional chiefs, 5 women were included in the customary powers in Mubala Chiefdom: 3 women as Grand Councillors, 1 receptionist, and 1 cashier.
Avis d’appel d’offre pour le recrutement d’un cabinet chargé d’Audit Externe
Monsieur le Président, Directeur de la division HCDH et honorable membres du conseil des droits de l’homme,
Renforcer les capacités des femmes sur la médiation des conflits électoraux », tel est le thème du projet lancé le vendredi à Sultani Hôtel par le Fonds pour les femmes congolaises (FFC), en partenariat avec l’Ambassade du Canada en RDC
To increase women’s participation in the electoral process through the involvement of women and girls before, during and after the elections