15 year!

The Foundation has been operating for 15 years to provide better opportunities for underprivileged children in Africa. Thanks to partnerships with Congolese, Tanzanian and Ethiopian organisations we take more than 500 children under our wings each year.

News Latest headlines

2019. July 05.Tshava has opened his practice in Congo! –...

We are pleased to announce that our Congolese doctor, Tshava, has redeemed his childhood dream: he devotes his time twice a week to our toddlers and performs malaria and typhus screening and general examinations at our Congolese school.

2019. June 20.Huge collective success: Mama Alphonsin’s...

We cannot be more grateful for You; thanks to all your help we have managed to raise enough amount of money for our project and at the end of our volunteer mission our president, France Mutombo has delivered the key to the newly built house to Mama Alphonsine and her family as part of...

2019. March 13.Our clinic construction project has...

Our Foundation had a big dream as it turned to be 15 in 2017. We decided to start building our own clinic in Congo, and this is how our project called “Together for the construction of a clinic” was born.

2019. March 07.Strengthening Women’s Land Rights

Land tenure is one of the great challenges Habitat for Humanity faces in helping families access decent housing. Countless families around the world lack rights to the land on which they live. Just imagine the stress of knowing that any day you might be forced to move because someone...

Projects Our latest project

Adopt me in Ethiopia!

It is said that where there is great need, help is also close... We are truly happy to announce that our foundation is starting a new project in Ethiopia, having the chance to find supporters for 10 little orphans. Click on the article to find out more about EOC-CFAO, and how you can...

Help me become an accountant!

The currently 21-year-old André spent his primary and high school years at the College Othniel, the school of the Foundation for Africa in Congo. Now he would like to go to university to get a degree and work as an accountant. Read his letter below, get to know his story and support him...

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