Democratic Republic of Congo
The conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed more than five million lives - making it the planet's deadliest conflict since World War II.
But despite the horrific levels of sexual violence and millions of people displaced from their homes and schools, it remains Africa's forgotten war and rarely makes the headlines of the world's media.
Although the conflict has officially finished, much of the country remains desperately poor and the continuing violence in the eastern regions make it one of the most dangerous places on earth to be a woman.
What we're doing
Vulnerable girls in Goma
Our project in Goma is specifically aimed at vulnerable girls and young women.
We're helping former girl-soldiers and other vulnerable girls to be reunified with their families.
Street children in Kinshasa
In the capital Kinshasa we're providing vital medical and psycho-social care to street children in one of the city's most deprived areas.
We're doing this by running a Drop-in Centre and a Night Ambulance.