congolese refugeeOver the next 5 years, the United States expects to resettle tens of thousands of refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), scene of some of the world’s worst violence and human rights abuses in recent years. The refugees are part of a population of more than 3 million Congolese refugees and internally displaced persons forced by war and unrest to flee their homes. The refugees, mostly ethnic minorities from eastern DRC, will be resettled out of neighboring first-asylum countries, where conditions are difficult and often unsafe. In the United States, the refugees will be joining more than 10,000 Congolese who have been resettled since 2001. Somme are living with us already in the great State of Washington. They love Washington state. They are saying, Washingtonians are friendly, loving and welcoming people.

Congolese Refugees lives in limbo

Strengthening the Congolese Community

You can also donate home appliances to support those families in needs. If you are one of the donors please contact Mr. Wemba-koy Okonda the President of the Congolese Community in the great State of Washington.

Please donate whatever you can afford to assist newly arrive congolese families from the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the great state of Washington.

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Presented to you by the Congolese Community in the State of Washington (la Communaute Congolaise de l’Etat de Washington)

by Bliss Drive Review