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Friends of the Congo: Education and Awareness

Monday, February 24th from 12:00pm to Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 11:59pm (ET)
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A historic opportunity exists for ordinary people throughout the globe to participate in a global movement for peace and justice in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). No action is too small or too insignificant. 

UPCOMING EDUCATIONAL AND SERVICE-LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES:
March 2020: Women's History Month - Service Partner: Women Watch Africa, Inc. (www.womenwatchafrika.org)

The African Studies Program at Morehouse is partnering with Friends of the Congo and Women Watch Africa, Inc. to educate, inform and advocate for the end of female genital mutilation/cutting. 

Friends of the Congo

The Friends of the Congo (FOTC) is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt an advocacy organization based in Washington, DC. The FOTC was established in 2004 to work in partnership with Congolese to bring about peaceful and lasting change in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), formerly Zaire. 

Mission 

Raise the consciousness of the world community on the challenge of the Congo and support Congolese institutions in bringing about a peaceful and lasting change.

Vision

A peaceful and prosperous Congo wherein Congolese are able to fulfill their enormous human and natural potential.

CausesGeneral Advocacy At-Risk Youth Board Development Capacity Building Children & Youth Civic Engagement College Readiness Community Early Childhood Education General Education Environment Environmental Education Food Insecurity, Hunger Homeless & Housing Human Rights Marginalized Populations Mentor Politics Professional Development Research Social Justice Sustainability
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Location: Africana Studies/Faculty Development, Teaching and Advisng Center, Walter E. Massey Leadership Building, Room 452, 830 Westview Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30314