MAKE A DIFFERENCE

THERE ARE MILLIONS OF HUNGRY, MALNOURISHED; AND NEEDY PEOPLE ON THE PLANET. CARINGFORALLBEINGS SPONSORS FADPE ASBL: FORUM FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT.  THESE ARE NEEDY AND VEGAN ORPHAN CHILDREN CONNECTED TO GOD, MOTHER EARTH, AND ALL LIVING BEINGS. THOSE WITH ABUNDANCE SOMETIMES FORGET THERE ARE THOSE WHO ARE SUFFERING WITHOUT THE NECESSITIES OF LIFE. RICH AND POOR, WE ARE ALL GOD’S CHILDREN. PLEASE READ THE CAPTIONS AND GIVE GENEROUSLY. BLESSINGS FOR CONTINUED ABUNDANCE THAT ALLOWS YOU TO SHOWER THIS WEALTH UPON OTHERS IN NEED. 

Make The Difference


Les Patriotes School: Devoted teachers instruct 115 students on the value of a healthy well cared for environment; animal rights; preventing harm to animals and their forest homes; how climate affects trees; endangered apes and gorillas. Children are deeply influenced while young. They become a major influence in the lives of adults.

Students at the Emmanuel Nadema School learn the value of trees to humans and the need to transplant. The children share this with their parents and guardians. The children are committed to preserve; protect; cultivate.

Students happily receive learning tools. They need more funding for more materials as they crave greater knowledge. They are able to be part of the community with a bright future and positive outlook. 

Complexe Scolaire Emmanuel Nadema student opening a learning toolbox containing educational notebooks. Most students here commit to living the vegan lifestyle. Majority of children are survivors of parents who died from hardship and financial insecurity .

 

A SOLUTION TO A  PROBLEM, Aneal Kambale: Age 12

I have headache, am sick, can’t eat, have a cold; feel very cold. I want to dry myself in the sun, by the lake where the wind blows. After a few hours I am better.  I found the solution to my health problem without medication. Planting  trees around our houses will help us later.

THE EARTH OUR ONLY HOME, Jacques: Age 12

 Our planet is like an oasis in the desert. It must be protected, as it is the only source of water. We have to prevent pollution of air and water; avoid deforestation and plant trees where there are none. We must always protect nature and be thoughtful and caring about how we use it. The earth is our one and only home. Let’s be aware and act with care. 

 FLESH OF AN ANIMAL, Faida Ndambaje: Age 10

Flesh of a human and that of an animal is still flesh. That’s why I refuse to eat animals. I got this message when my community burned a thief. When I saw the thief’s skin being burned, I realized that animals suffer this injustice all the time. Let’s save them!!!

SAVED THANKS TO COURAGE, Daniel Muhindo: Age 10

Coming back from the fields, I met four children leading a rabbit to “sleep” near our house. Anxious to save this animal, I threw a bag of ripe fruit at them. They were delighted and forgot what they were doing. While they were eating, I reminded them that like people, animals have a right to live. Well done. Their consciences forced them to change this habit.

MAN AND ANIMAL, Leah Shimbo: Age 12

Why would a person eat animal flesh? It looks like the flesh of a person; like mine. Would I cut myself with a knife? Blood would flow. Animal flesh is hard to digest and some people die from eating it. I prefer to eat what we grow at home. I would rather raise and live with animals than eat them.

SALTED FISH, Cisse Maanya: Age 12

 I can swim as fast as any fish even when humans break me into 2 parts. They track us down, kill us, and after they break us into 2 parts, they add a quantity of salt to us to keep us for their meal. These hypocrites call us salt meat. They mourn human death, but not ours. Live and let us live in peace and respect our corpses. 

CELEBRATE WITH US MOURN ELSEWHERE 

Mumbere Vahesi Aunexine: Age 10

My parents celebrate special occasions. My mom cooks a rooster and a goat. These victims are cheap and easy to cut. Before and during slaughter, these animals cry a lot and all nearby hear them. The animals want to reproduce. Sadly their children will be killed and eaten. We must love them so they will feel safe near us. 

 SLAUGHTERHOUSE, Dieume Mushumo: Age 10

Two men were struggling slaughtering a cow. This cow just saw another cow fall bleeding and it ran outside. The man tried to catch it and grabbed its horns. The butcher died in the chase.  The second man shared the “bad news” with people back home. We must treat animals the way that we would like to be treated. The cow wanted to stay alive!

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Balebi School Complex children are taught animal rights for awareness of the vegan lifestyle. Volunteer members of FADPE talk to students and teachers about threats and traumas animals face and self-centeredness of people who engage in animal crime. Also consequences for those who consume animal products and request their sympathy for all to avoid the cemeteries: humans and animals.  

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Volunteer holds a picture of a Mountain Gorilla with a backdrop of images of pig, goat, rooster, and vegetables. Pictures help to tell the story about the difference between living beings being used as food and other products and earth grown products. This gains sympathy from the community. 

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Students understand the responsibility of caring for an animal at home. Animals have to be fed well; have clean homes; good health care; dignified lives and compassionate burial. The animal must enjoy its life. Emphasis is placed on vegan life. 

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Bethel 2 Primary School FADPE facilitator shared his message about animal rights and life choices.  Children now get to interact. A student refers to the pig in the picture as his friend. 

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National Animal Rights Day NARD12 FADPE volunteer members share International Animal Rights Day held on June 05, 2022. Participants get the message that animals have a right to life contrary to what they previously were shown. 

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The march on animal rights International Animal Rights Day NARD12 in the city of Goma. FADPE is the first vegan association in the DR Congo. There is a large number of people participating. FADPE talks to them about the traumas that animals face daily. FADPE tells them it is time to put an end to animal abuse and their genocide.

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Orphans supported by FADPE. The children are being served rice and beans.  These children learn the vegan way of life and eat only plant-based products.

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Children enjoy the grateful meal of rice and beans provided by generous donations from caring people.

 

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FADPE volunteers prepare porridge for the children and monitor the pot of beans that is cooking. 

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Orphan children eat porridge and bread. The parents of  these children died in wars that affected the region for more than two decades.

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Volunteers of FADPE arrange fruits, watermelon, pineapple, plum, orange, and banana for the students. The children are learning to eat from the earth’s plants and the health benefits to people without harmful consequences. Being vegan makes sense. It is the path everyone should take for people, animals, and the planet. A nonviolent world.

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Lady Guilaine, a FADPE committed volunteer, provides delicious fruit and happiness to the children, who want the volunteers to keep coming back. The world will be a better and healthier place as the children learn more about plant based foods and the salvation of the planet. 

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Joshua, FADPE Coordinator harvesting avocados.

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Jessica, Joshua’s wife, harvests cassava. She happily grows and consumes organically grown foods.

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Joyful squash and squash leaves from the vegetable garden. This is part of the PROJECT A PLOT.

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 We are so glad to have the magnificent Plum Plant.

 

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 Guillaine once again, who harvests her meal from the vegetable field. Corn is part of the PROJECT A PLOT. 

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Guilaine and the potato farming vegan lifestyle project. 

 

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 FADPE volunteer team places potato seeds in the ground and covers them with soil on all holes hoping to have a good harvest. 

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Success with potato growing. We are so happy and grateful to God for this gift of love.

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We bag potatoes to take to the community.

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 FADPE plants tree seedlings at the La Colombe School Complex; eucalyptus, grevelias, cedrela odorata, and cultivates colocase, tomato, white onions, cassava sweet potatoes and other plants. We are in need of funding to expand these projects to provide for the orphans and needy children.

 

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 Students of the Complexe Scolaire la Colombe participate in the transplanting of tree seedlings.

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 After transplanting tree seedlings, one of the students waters them. They understand how important trees are in human lives and climate stabilization.

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This student is happy after planting a tree and feeling good about saving the planet. 

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An orphan girl learns tailoring after FADPE received a sewing machine from CARING FOR ALL BEINGS.

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FADPE thanks Caring For All Beings for the great gift of a  sewing machine.

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Proud of her work. Caring For All Beings made it possible for this orphan girl to realize her dream.

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This shirt, made on a new sewing machine by a new student, is ready to wear or be sold at the market!