Bishop David Kekumba Yemba is a school administrator and scholar who previously led the Central Congo annual conference of the United Methodist Church. He served as one of the moderators of the Commission on a Way Forward, a small group of Methodists tasked with preparing the plans considered at the special session of General Conference […]
The Fund for Global Human Rights has made recent grants to groups working on LGBTI rights in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Contact John Kabia at firstname.lastname@example.org and Tony Tate at email@example.com.
Alternatives Cameroun, based in Doulala, Cameroon, works on sexual minority rights in the country. Contact Yves.
Ligue Centrafricaine des Droits de l’Homme, or the Central African Republic League of Human Rights, advances human rights in the country. The organization is based in the capital, Bangui.
Rainbow Sunrise Mapambazuko, based in the South Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, facilitates education, coordination and outreach to those who identify as LGBTI and networks with other organizations to build respect for LGBTI rights in the region.
La Voix des Sans-Voix, which translates into English as “The Voice of the Voiceless,” is a human rights group based in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Associação Íris Angola is an LGBTI rights group based in Luanda, Angola.
The Roman Catholic Church, established in the first century, is one of the oldest Christian traditions. One of the primary tenets of Catholicism is the belief in apostolic succession, which holds that the chosen successors of the Twelve Apostles have been granted spiritual authority passed down through the ages from Jesus Christ. This chain of […]