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stories of transformation 

Mwana ministers to the less-visible individuals in the orphan crisis--older children, teenagers and vulnerable mothers--through practical ways that promote self-sufficiency through dignifying means.

Whether through providing school fees to orphaned teenagers, mosquito nets and medicines to a vulnerable family, job-training programs and materials to a widow, or seed grants and training for a startup business, we believe that we can break the cycle of generational poverty and orphan crisis. The path toward dignified self-sufficiency becomes within reach.

Click below to read about a few of the stories that inspire us at Mwana.

 Pauline

Pauline

 Henriette

Henriette

 Deborah

Deborah


Mwana in the media

"Mwana Villages" featured on The Archibald Project

"How Mwana Villages Shines Light in Dark Places" featured in Mountain Brook Magazine

This Gathered Nest announces travel to Congo! Video link here

"Portraits de Montréal" featured story of co-founder Cheryl Walker 

"How an Adoption Experience Changed Wellon Bridgers' Life" featured in Style Blueprint

"Hope and Growth in the Republic of Congo" featured in Ministry Ventures

"Florence man helps orphans in Congo" featured in Florence Daily News

"Family First" featured in Homewood Star


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