"Tresors have mastered the farming techniques" Break Near-starvation Cycle for Congolese Farmers Tresor family fertilizing corn Plant Corn Seeds

Coordination Technique Pour Le Developpment (CTD)

Org #44225
Vetted since 2017
1997
year founded
$179,186
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

MISSION OF CTD: The Development of Man In October 1997, shortly after the death of the cruel Congolese military dictator Mobutu Sese Seki in September 1997, a group of young, idealistic professionals created an organization to use their combined talents for humanitarian purposes. Thus the non-profit, non-governmental, apolitical organization, Coordination technique pour le developpement, was formed. They were hopeful that a new government in Democratic Republic of Congo would foster opportunities for personal freedom and economic growth for the impoverished Congolese people. The first meeting included 5 agronomists, 1 doctor, 3 sociologists, 1 nurse, 1 veterinarian, 1 economist, and 2 rural... read more

Project Leaders
Janet Cook
Janet Cook
Doug Cook
Doug Cook
Organization Information
No. 350144 Avenue de pin (Pending future move to Avenue Biayl Kalubwe, commune Lubumbashi)
commune Kanpemba
Lubumbashi, Haut Katanga Provind N/A
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
0995587703/ 0816874625
Organization Information
No. 350144 Avenue de pin (Pending future move to Avenue Biayl Kalubwe, commune Lubumbashi)
commune Kanpemba
Lubumbashi, Haut Katanga Provind N/A
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
0995587703/ 0816874625

Project Reports

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Oct 7, 2021
KEEPING THE PROMISE
KEEPING THE PROMISE TO THE KAFUBU VALLEY Keeping promises made to constituents is a challenge faced by politicians, by artists to patrons, and by companies to consumers. But it is not a challenge...
Jun 10, 2021
Living, Growing, and Thriving in a Pandemic
In the second year of a world-wide pandemic, it is a joy to write about living, growing, and thriving things. Yes, Covid-19 has reached the Kafubu Valley, with deaths in Mwenda Village and Kawama...
Feb 10, 2021
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE BEAUTIFUL
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE BEAUTIFUL This report is from a recent letter from Jacques Mwinkeu, Chief Agronomist with CTD, our Congolese NGO, in his own words. Mwinkeu is also the local director and...
 
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