YOU CAN MAKE A CHANGE
IN THE LIFE
OF ONE WOMAN/CHILD TODAY
BlackGirlsLand is one the programme that DKsuomi Foundation is working on. BlackGirlsLand is a mentorship program that works to improve the lives of Black women and girls in our communities,mostly throughout the Africa.
The main mission is to Improve girls’ perspective towards education and Increasing girls sense of worth, giving encouragement to girls and provide support by helping Black girls to become self-sufficient in all areas.
OUR LATEST EVENTS Join Us
International Women Conference
D&Ksuomi Humanitarian Awards
Global Health Festival
Mother Day Out
Homeless Out Reach
Food Donation Drop off
Bag of Hope Distribution
D&Ksuomi Mentorship program is another way of giving back and helping others.
Is a sense of generosity and leadership
Deborah Funmi Mupapa is the CEO & Founder of D&Ksuomi Network and Humanitarian who is passionate about providing a secure future for African people who are in dire need, through her non-profit organization D&Ksuomi Foundation based in Finland, USA, DRC Congo, and Nigeria. She has been active in various activities in Finland, USA, and Africa.
The origin of EOAW which is a segment of D&Ks Foundation was sparked from the very personal life experience of Deborah Funmi Mupapa. As a young girl growing up in Nigeria, she was physically and sexually abused by her stepfather at the age of 12, though she endured numerous hardships while growing up she always kept a positive outlook.
After several years of emotional healing, Deborah is a strong, hopeful, and a happy woman today.
Deborah has a strong desire to help other women in Africa that are undergoing similar experiences and not able to speak out.
It is from this desire that the E O A W, D&Ks Foundation was created.
The D&K foundation is aimed at changing and restating the mindset of the world at large concerning Africa, D&K gives a non-political platform for women and young girls to achieve their personal growth and development. That’s why it is laying a strong foundation for women and girls as leaders of the future letting them know that they can make a difference in their lives.