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HandUp Congo’s co-founder Lucy Hobgood-Brown was profiled in the April 2018 issue of  THE ROTARIAN magazine.
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It costs $20 a year to go to school in Lotumbe, Democratic Republic of Congo. Pygmy Orphans don't have this money. By giving ducks to raise they can sell the eggs to make money - and go to school. Give a HandUp - Not a Hand Out.
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October 20 2017 From A (Australia) to C (Congo) – the 233 kg of donated goods has now arrived in Kinshasa! Thank you to DAK Foundation for medical equipment, Days for Girls for kits, SewAid for useful supplies, Sydney Bee Club for bee suits to name a few.…
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Interview on 2Bob community radio in Taree NSW Australia on August 25, 2017 Listen to the interview here: http://www.indimedia.com.au/community-engagement-in-the-drc/
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A contract with bees in the village of Lotumbe. The village of Lotumbe is located in the equatorial forest (at about 300km from Mbandaka, in the Province of Equateur in the Democratic Republic of Congo). Here and elsewhere in the province, people used to…
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January-March 2017 social development activities in Lotumbe Led by Pastor Jean Entonto, who has been named Lotumbe’s social development facilitator by the community, many initiatives are underway. We hope you enjoy reading his quarterly report below. The…
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A visit to PLAAC beekeeping project in Mbanza-Ngungu reaps rewards for HandUp Congo’s colleagues in Equateur Province By Safari Kanyena, development worker for Disciples of Christ in Congo Community (“CDCC”) and advisor to HandUp Congo In 2016, Célestin…
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A large dugout canoe expands income generating activities for the “Mamas of Microcredit” -By Natana Weteto http://natana.tumblr.com/ (Disciples Information Bulletin) Note: The Community of Disciples of Christ in Congo (CDCC) is a project partner of HandUp…
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