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In DRC, like in all parts of the world, women in leadership must navigate sexist gender stereotypes when they are in positions of leadership. They carry the double burden of taking on most of the care-oriented work while being deemed less competent. In this video...
The other day Gedeon, the hospital manager at HHS, was in Goma attending a wedding ceremony of a friend when he saw Mr. Sankara on a wheelchair in poor condition. He did not know Mr. Sankara personally, but was moved when he witnessed him struggling...
Hello dearest friends of Helping Hand for Survivors (HHS) DRC. As we continue to advocate for women and their unwanted children, today we remind you those children who have no parents and the need to help them get education. Education is the key for the...
HHS has been working for a few years to help empower women and their families by using guinea pigs to help them work through their trauma and provide an eventual income.    This program started in 2012.   HHS started with 60 guinea pigs that...
At Helping Hand for Survivors when we talk about Hygiene, we refer to behaviors that people can adapt to improve cleanliness which leads to good health, like hand washing frequently, bathing with soap and water and face washing. At HHS, in Democratic Republic of Congo...
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