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Why We Do What We Do?

Kinshasa is a city of more than 9 million people with one in ten Congolese living in the capital. It is host to an estimated 25,000 street children or “shegues”, most of who are orphans, having lost one or both parents before their adult years.

These figures continue to rise with violence, malnutrition and illnesses such as the AIDS endemic and malaria being great threats to the people. The lack of food, education or training worsens living conditions for these deprived young people and increases the level of illnesses and also socioeconomic difficulties. Often you find shegues orphaned as a result of their parents being killed by conflict or they may have become separated when they were forced to flee their homes.

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Afobe Visits Kinshasa Orphans On International Break

Posted Monday, March 28, 2016 by theafobefoundation

When Benik’s training camp invitation came from...

When Benik’s training camp invitation came from DR Congo during the Easter International Break, the Bournemouth striker was excited not just...

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AFC Bournemouth Ability Counts Donates Football Gear

Posted Sunday, February 21, 2016 by theafobefoundation

AFC Bournemouth Ability Counts is a football club...

AFC Bournemouth Ability Counts is a football club for anyone, aged 5 years and up, with Learning and/or Physical Disabilities. AFC Bournemouth...

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Prof Gatrad of MIAT Donates School Uniform To DRC

Posted Thursday, February 18, 2016 by theafobefoundation

  Founders of Midland International Aid Trust...

  Founders of Midland International Aid Trust (MIAT) Professor Gatrad and Mr Aslam kindly donated school uniforms for the orphans...

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