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WOMAN, CRADLE OF ABUNDANCE IS A US NON-PROFIT WITH MULTI-GENERATIONAL INITIATIVES.  WE PARTNER WITH GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS IN THE CONGO WHO SHARE OUR VALUES TO PROMOTE CHANGE WHERE IT IS NEEDED MOST.

Our vision is the eradication of systemic poverty and violence against women and children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Our mission is to empower women and children in need in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in their fight for safety, education, and economic independence.

CHANGE BEGINS HERE!

Want to help?

BREAKING NEWS

GIVING TUESDAY:  FOCUS ON GOMA

Our Giving Tuesday focus this year is the major eastern Congo city of Goma, where in the run-up to national elections in December the endemic undeclared war is threatening to become all out conflict. Our partners continue their valiant efforts to respond to the daily needs of children & other victims. We want to support their constructive work & their rescue mission.

Our first goal is a photocopier for the Community Charity School, $700. 

See more information on this goal here!

Our second goal is an additional $800 to support the orphans in Goma.

See more information on this goal here!

Any additional donations will go to our third goal, supporting the new Women's (food) Garden  in Goma

See more information on this goal here!

Thank you to everyone to has already donated -

we've already raised $500!  We've nearly reached our first goal!!!

OUR NETWORK

Woman, Cradle of Abundance (WCoA)

(Originally registered with the IRS

as FEBA, Inc.)

Our US Parent

Hands Across The Water (HAW)

Our US Youth Division

Femme  Berceau de l'Abondance (FEBA)

Our first Congolese partner

Centre D'encadrement des Enfants en Difficultés (CENEDI) 

HAW's Congolese Partner

HOW WE WORK TOGETHER

              FEBA              Kinshasa, DRC

CENEDI

(Goma and Uvira, DRC) 

OUR AREAS OF IMPACT

LEARN MORE

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READ THE BOOK!

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Cradling Abundance  is the inspiring story of how one African Christian woman has empowered women and fought systemic poverty in her community and across the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

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