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Posted by Andrew Lane on 27/05/2013

Good to meet you yesterday at Friends House. This is part of the world that probably more than any other, doesn't the attention it deserves. Best wishes with your work

Posted by Mark Perry on 04/10/2012

The website is looking good with the recent news updates. I have just posted a link to it in my workplace and the post there has had 560 views to date. So let's keep up the publicity!

Posted by Andrew Jones on 31/05/2012   Email

I'm delighted to find British Quakers working in DR Congo. I am a York based Friend, zoologist and archaeologist interested in sustaining both human and great ape populations in the region. Can you help me build links?

Posted by Tim Hunter on 09/12/2010

I was compelled to visit your site after reading recent coverage, of the current situation in the Democratic Republic of The Congo, in The Observer. Clearly your Parnership is offering the most direct and effective aid to the victims of rape and physical abuse in this region. I wish you the best of luck in your continued efforts and also hope that the scale of the problem that you are addressing will gain greater coverage in the Western media.

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