There are more vulnerable children who suffer in the congolese mines and the street because they lack enough to survive, their incersion can prevent their good future.
The Democratic Republic of Congo, with a population estimated at more than 60,000,000 inhabitants, reflects absolute poverty, the most affected being children and women. Some studies indicate that most Congolese live on less than one dollar a day and this has serious consequences on the health, education, children who find themselves on the streets and mines. It is in the light of this problem raised above that Maison Faradja Plans to help reduce the rate of children in mines and street.
- Identify 3000 vulnerable children (diggers and street children); - Reintegrate 3000 children into school reintegration and economic and professional reintegration - To distribute school supplies for 1500 pupils and educational kits for the benefit of children; - Strengthen the skills of 250 adolescents and young people on HIV / AIDS prevention, peace education and promotion to citizenship, Prevention of violence and sexual abuse.
1500 children of school age are reintegrated and have access to them,1500 children over the age of 18 are identified and reintegrated and trained in vocational trades, 3000 adolescents and young people are trained on HIV / AIDS prevention, peace education and promotion to citizenship, prevention of sexual violence and abuse, 1500 pupils benefit from school supplies, 1500 children over the age of 18 benefit from support in economic strengthening.
This project has provided additional documentation in a XLSX file (projdoc.xlsx).