Let the farming/dancing begin!

Watch and see 140 community members receive wheelbarrows, industrial gum boots, seeds for growing new vegetable varieties, shovels, hoes, organic fertilizer and training.

This is more than tools or training, this is how we help communities become self-sufficient.

Farming, technology and tools really means the Binza community can...

  • Fight malnutrition and save children's lives
  • Put nutritious food on the table, every day
  • Ensure children can recover and grow healthily
  • Have a sustainable business, increasing household income and access to education & medicine
  • Helps families become self-resilient
  • Promote peace and social cohesion between different communities

Childhood Rescue is designed to help people survive but give them the ability to build their own future.

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Democratic Republic of Congo

The Democratic Republic of Congo is a country of vast natural wealth. Its natural resources include diamonds, gold, cobalt and oil. Yet these riches have brought suffering to its people. The decades-long armed violence between government and various rebel forces nicknamed “Africa’s world war” has crippled the country.

  • Rebel groups have taken over vast amounts of land, starving civilians and crippling the nation's economy
  • Sexual violence is widespread
  • Measles and Ebola outbreaks have hit impoverished Congolese communities
Over 6 million

people have died from waves of war and famines over the last twenty years