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 Actress Robin Wright visits HEAL Africa
An Interview with Actress Robin Wright August 2011 Actress Robin Wright (the Princess Bride, Forrest Gump, Moneyball) is one of the many celebrities that support the work of HEAL Africa. Wright visited HEAL Africa this month and spent ...READ MORE
 Ben Affleck and Cindy McCain visit HEAL Africa
  March 8, 2011 See Ben Affleck and Cindy McCain Discuss their visit to DR Congo and HEAL Africa on ABC News and Nightline, and Ben Affleck testifies before congress about the situation in DR Cong and discusses the work of HEAL Africa. ABC New...READ MORE
 Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean Visits
Governor General of Canada Visits HEAL Africa – April 20, 2010 In April 2010 the Governor General of Canada, Mrs. Michaelle Jean, spent time visiting the patients at HEAL Africa and greeting the staff.  Mme. Lukiana, Minister of Gender, ...READ MORE
 Co-founder Lyn Lusi 2011 Opus Prize Winner
HEAL Africa Press Release HEAL Africa co-founder Lyn Lusi announced as winner of prestigious Opus Prize Annual Faith-based Humanitarian Award recognizes unsung heroes who are conquering the world’s most persistent social probl...READ MORE
 Credit and Income Generation
HEAL Africa's Holistic Approach to Microfinance HEAL Africa began to think about access to credit many years ago, when working with very poor women who were too poor to be considered for conventional credit or microfinance programs, if they w...READ MORE
 Grandmothers - Mothers of the Nations
Skills and training for grandmothers saves the lives of hundreds of HIV orphans in the city of Goma. 75 women, each over 50 years of age, from the town of Goma in North Kivu are working together to improve their lives and those of their grandc...READ MORE
 Grandmothers care for HIV orphans
Mother of Nations HEAL Africa's project called "Mother of Nations".  Grandmothers learn to operate small businesses so they can support their oprhaned granchildren. In March this year, thanks to a grant from the Stephen Lewis...READ MORE
 HEAL Africa helps respond in Walikale
HEAL Africa helped respond in Walikale crisis HEAL Africa was called to help respond in Walikale last month. The hospital in Goma received victims most damaged in the latest round of violence. HEAL Africa is responding to rape and has been for t...READ MORE
 HIV and children
The CAP clinic at HEAL Africa These children are being followed medically on a regular basis. Parents, (and in many cases, the grandparents as the parents have died,) bring them in for checkups. Only about half are on antiretrovirals (ARVs) be...READ MORE
 HIV prevention workshops at HEAL Africa
Meet Ndungo Sakoul, shown below with his wife. HIV has been part of HEAL Africa’s vocabulary since 2000, when Ndungo brought leaders of all faith groups to a workshop which taught the basics about HIV transmission. The Catholic Archbi...READ MORE
 June 2011 update - HEAL Africa Hospital
Construction and progress of new HEAL Africa hospital HEAL Africa began construction of a modern three-story building in November 2010, with the goal of it being finished in February 2012.  This building will be the first of its kind in G...READ MORE
 March in Goma DR Congo
International Day of Women March in Goma, DR Congo March 8, 2011 Today the streets of Goma were overflowing with women marching - it is the International Day of Women. Thousands of women marched, proclaiming an end to violence, and a cry to r...READ MORE
 Symposium for young artists in Goma
Congo's Future HEAL Africa held a symposium for young artists in Goma to create art work that expresses their view of the future of Congo. Twelve artist participated, ranging in age from 16 to 25 years of age. There was a panel of judges that ...READ MORE
 Tribal Chiefs learn conflict analysis
A workshop for the tribal chiefs in Kindu, Maniema I sat in on a workshop with tribal chiefs in Kindu, Maniema. The chiefs hold tremendous power in a country like Congo. They are known. Their word is the most basic law. It was the first time the...READ MORE
 Voices from the Congo Conference
Remarks by Senator Richard J. Durbin Assistant Majority Leader, United States Senate The US Holocaust Memorial Museum July 26, 2011 At the US Holocaust Memorial Museums recent “Voices of Congo Conference”, Senator Durbin, Congo advocate a...READ MORE
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