South-Kivu Province and Kinshasa
Results from 2018:
- 2,256 elderly people treated in the three medical homes set up in 2017.
- 99.7% of new cases of diabetes were able to join one of the support groups (club of diabetic peers) accompanied by Louvain Coopération.
- 37% of MUSO member households increased their number of daily meals.
- 301 street children were reintegrated/reunited with their families.
- School scholarships for orphaned and vulnerable children
- Economic strengthening of the families of vulnerable children through the structuring into Mutual Solidarity groups and the development of income-generating activities.
- In-service teacher training
Partners : FSKi
Food and economic security
- Adult literacy courses
- Support for family farming (training of farmers, livestock credit, monitoring of mutual solidarity groups)
- Support for entrepreneurship
- Environmental Education
- Comprehensive support for primary health care
- Awareness, screening and management of diabetes and hypertension
- Development of medical houses to improve the model of chronic disease management
- Mental health care, especially for women victims of rape
- Continuous training of medical staff
- Strengthening hospitals with renewable energy
- Taking care of urgent needs (accommodation, meals, medical consultation, schooling)
- Psycho-social care of children and mediation for a return to the family where possible
- Economic strengthening of children's families
Partners : ORPER, NDAKO YA BISO, Don Bosco Maison Papy
« J’ai introduit de nouvelles techniques dans l’exploitation de nos champs telles que je les ai apprises. Par conséquent, le rendement des cultures s’est nettement amélioré par rapport aux années antérieures. Les voisins qui se moquaient de moi en me voyant fréquenter le Centre d’alphabétisation sont étonnés lorsqu’ils regardent ce que je réalise aujourd’hui grâce à l’alphabétisation. »