Deborah funmi Mupapa Founder While earning your daily bread, be sure you share a slice with those less fortunate, our voice is needed, you can change life with it. Deborah is a new voice that emerges with the power to change the world.This Charity organization EOAW is founded by a Charismatic woman who has a deep feeling for women and girls. Deborah Funmi Mupapa was born in Kinshasa, Republic Democratic of Congo, as a little girl 6years old she was taken to Soroti Uganda along with her mother to her stepfather where Deborah was deeply maltreated and neglected by her stepfather.
Then 2 years later she was taken to Nigeria along with both parent where her mother got divorced with the stepfather and her mother was no longer able to take care of her anymore, so Deborah was finally given to a family care whom later took Deborah as a maid girl and neglected her education and she started selling boiled eggs to support her own schooling, through struggles and difficulties , Deborah had got support from her school mates and she was admitted to kwara state Polytechnic to study Business Administration after graduation she had traveled back to DR Congo in 1998 to search for her father but unfortunately she was caught by the war and that made her life more complicated and she was a victim of sexual abuse.
Talking about democratic republic of Congo The Law protecting the physical integrity of women are relatively weak. The Violence against women is a general problem and has been exacerbated by armed conflicts. The magnitude of more common forms of abuse, such as rape, is very high. In a report published in 2002, Human Rights Watch notes that sexual violence has been used as a weapon of war. The WHO provides staggering figures of recorded cases of sexual violence since the beginning of the war in 1998: 25 000 in the South Kivu Province; 11 350 in the Maniema Province; 1 625 cases in Goma; and 3 250 cases in the southeastern town of Kalemie. More recently, other severe types of violence are emerging, such as the amputation of limbs and live burials of women.
In 2004 she was granted a residence permit to stay in Finland. and opportunity to continue her studies in business and Entrepreneurship after her studies she was able to create her clothing design business in 2008,
Deborah had a big heart, a great passion and inspiration to support women and young girls in Africa who are going through all king of humiliations and violence’s. With her poor income she started sending her support to the victims of the war in DR Congo through her friends.Finally she concluded in 2010 to found Empowerment of African women organization to support efficaciously women and young girls in Africa. Empowering women to be in depended from poverty and take care of their children. Empower young girls through education in Africa and fight against sexual violence, humiliation, sexual harassment, family incarceration, circumcision, unequal education privilege,force marriages and GENDER EQUALITY.
God said the pride of a nation is in a woman who extends her hand to the poor, and reaches out her hand to the needy (Proverb 31:20).We are directly bringing together the African women and girls and non African together to change that impression view, that women and girls are too weak to lead the future to a promise world.
Consequently your moral, physical and Emotional assistance is highly appreciated. ""One good thing about today is that you get to finish what you have started yesterday and you get to plant the seed to tomorrow's fruits.
"When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a manner that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice." What a privilege to be here on the planet to contribute your unique donation to humankind. Each face in the rainbow of colors that populate our world is precious and special.
Deborah do appreciate the great opportunity that Finland has offered to her as an African descent to use such privilege position to advocate the less privileged women and children in Africa.