Have you desired to get involved in making a true difference in the life of a vulnerable child or family? Have you wondered who you could trust? The Archibald Project puts our stamp of approval on supporting Mwana Villages in the Republic of the Congo!
After being misguided into a corrupt international adoption for 3 years, the Bridgers family developed a heart for vulnerable families and ethical orphan care. Find out how Wellon and Stephen came to Mwana Villages and found their son and daughter through holistic and above reproach actions.
Having lived and worked in many countries + cultures around the world, we have found that finding ethical and trustworthy organizations can be a hard task. Today, we bring you one expat, turned Mwana Sponsor, to share a firsthand view of supporting an ethical organization!
How often have you thought that 'orphan care' meant 'adoption'... or that adoption was the answer to the orphan crisis??? Don't feel shame, we used to believe this, too. Read below about how one organization in the Republic of the Congo is approaching orphan care in a Holistic and ethical way!
Poverty is one of the leading cause for children to become orphaned. Education has the power to reverse this trend. Find out how one organization in Africa's largest urban slum is tackling this cycle below.
We often take education for granted here in the West. However, in many regions around the world girls are not given equal opportunity as their brothers and male peers to attend school. Justice Rising is working to change this bias to help reduce the number of child brides, teen moms, orphaned children and more!
Can you imagine being a 10 year old living in Canada and deciding to dedicate your life to war torn communities? That is exactly what happened to Cassandra Lee as she learned about the devastating war of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1997. Find out how and why she started her transformational nonprofit, Justice Rising.
Noah needs a family. Plain and simple. Noah is 13 1/2 and will age out of being able to be adopted in February of 2018. I believe Noah's family is out there. Read below to learn more about this amazing young man.