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Niche Market - Persecuted Christians in DR Congo
Christianity is the majority religion of the Democratic Republic
of the Congo and is professed by a majority of the population. The
number of Christians of all denominations in the Congo is estimated
at over 63 million.
The Muslim terrorists are attempting to “carve out”
a Sharia law-run Caliphate in the east of the troubled country of
DR Congo - often referred to as the ‘broken heart of Africa’.
Congolese can only travel to a few African countries without obtaining
The DR Congo Goshen CBI Project has numerous benefits:
• Obtaining a second passport and citizenship.
• The opportunity to visit a beautiful Caribbean island once
a year for a holiday in your Timeshare villa/condo
• Securing a 14,500 sq ft house plot with planning permission
to develop, with infrastructure and underground utilities in place
• The ability to live in a lovely safe Congolese gated community
• With its own church and Congolese restaurant
• Supporting 12 house families and 72 Congolese orphans in
our PEARYL Project
All for a minimum investment of US $400,000
11,435 Congolese new arrivals have been received in Uganda since
1st December 2017.
Since children constitute the majority, temporary schools need to
be urgently established for the provision of safe child spaces,
early childhood development and primary education.
More recently in February 2018 thousands of Congolese nationals
fleeing fighting have arrived in western Uganda.
Conflict has erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC),
security officials said.
They refugees were reportedly fleeing tribal fighting between the
Bagegere and the Lendu, while others were running away from areas
where UPDF soldiers were fighting ADF rebels as fighting raged in
Profits from the DR Congo CBI’s will go to establishing Rehabilitation,
Educational and Vocational Training Centres for the women and children
|| Working with CERAO in DR Congo.
CERAO is responsible for the running of a rehabilitation camp
for demobilized child soldiers in the outskirts of Beni. This
camp, often termed “The
Village”, has been established to receive
approximately 50 boy soldiers but the situation has at times
demanded twice that number and more.
Profits from our CBI DR Congo will go to establishing and
supporting Hope House as a pilot project. Hope House will
be a safe haven a Residential Rehabilitation Refuge for female
'child soldiers' from DR Congo within Uganda.