Meet the people
whose lives we’ve been changing


Thanks to your continued support we have been able to open new branches of the Good Factory and produce good in places where we can help save someone’s health or life. Read about the results of our activities below!

We share the stories of our patients, news from regions in which we provide help, and important information about the foundation’s activities. Use the filters to easily find information about specific projects or the main pillars of our activity.


Give Laurinda the chance for a good and safe life

Laurinda watches in awe as her classmates – other schoolgirls – attempt to decorate their first ever tart. She’s great at embroidery, but has been trying to take on other challenges for a while, and the tart is this week’s challenge. A simple pastry to go with the coffee, which will be forgotten as soon […]

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This is how long the pauses between artillery fire lasted

One, two, three, four, five… The preschoolers and school children count aloud to one hundred. Two minutes. That’s how long the pauses between artillery fire lasted. The bodies of people who did not know when to flee lay in the streets. Mariupol was full of bomb craters, piles of rubble and soot-blackened ruins. Life had […]

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At the Good Factory, we always focus on people

Krysia thought she knew what war was. Shots had been heard in Donetsk since 2014. Everyone, however, had become accustomed to the exchange of fire. Over time, the gunshots became one of the background sounds of daily life. On the 24th of February 2022, Krysia realised that she still knew nothing about war. “It was […]

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We need you here very, very much

“I lived in the basement for six months,” says Sergei. A tired, wrinkle-ridden face, the sluggish movements of an elderly gentleman and the piercing pain in his battered left leg that reminds him of itself with every movement. The resident of Bakhmut is invigorated by the sight of the camera. He stares into the lens […]

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Thank you for regularly supporting the work of the hospital in Ntamugenga

Sometimes it is the case that all the stars are aligned and it just takes someone to recognise an opportunity the way Dr Patience recognised little Marie Louise. In Toulouse, France, we regularly consult the most difficult cases, including cardiac cases. It doesn’t matter that a child comes from the depths of the Congolese jungle […]

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Let us do everything to ensure that death does not win again

On Good Friday, we learn to experience death. Exhausted by prolonged starvation, little Gentille’s body had just given up. We did everything we could. This time it was not enough. We are not the masters of life and death, although our little charges in Congo are resurrected before our eyes every day. It is their […]

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Let’s do it together! Let’s save Gentille!

Meet Gentille, our great treasure! Right now we are fighting for her life, but the fight against such a severe stage of starvation disease is not an even one. Every hour changes the balance of power, taking away or giving new chances. Again, we need you very much! Without quickly replenishing the supply of therapeutic […]

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There are words that should not go together

There are words that should not go together. Children of war. Children fleeing from bombardment. Children going hungry. Only a mountain range separates our nutrition centre and hospital in Ntamugenga from the war. Not far from this chaos there is one-week-old Abigail, a baby of just one kilogram brought here by her mother. We didn’t […]

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Urgent help needed

Make Good Not War

One year on, food and warm items continue to be in urgent need in the war-torn towns and cities. Ukrainian children, elderly people, people with special needs and disabilities are among the people who we care for every day. Their survival depends on receiving basic staple food: bread, milk, canned meat and grains.
Let’s show that one year after the outbreak of the war, we all still stand with Ukraine! United and strong! Let the Ukrainians see how many friends they have!

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