Poor and Disabled Children of Congo

CALFE which stands for Cali Ladies Foundation for Excellence, is an organization which started at Cali (Congo American Language Institute) and was created by Cali women students of April, 2016. The aims of CALFE are: Empowerment, Improvement and Education; which focuses mostly on girls and disabled children. CALFE has begun to try to help some girls and disabled children of poverty in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Our goal is to try profit women and disabled children of poverty by training them in their different domains, as well as to empower them through becoming self-sufficient educationally, professionally and even financially.  To meet these goals CALFE trains with both formal and informal methods. Informally they train them to tailor though tailoring school, as well as in school education.

Donating to CALFE will help these disabled children get the resources they need such as crutches, wheelchairs, braces, physical therapy and education. Many of these children were abandoned, homeless and received a small income through begging.
Learn more on calfe.org

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