Because of Action Kivu’s supporters, Amani was able to expand his vocational training programs to include soap making, bread baking, basket weaving, organic farming, animal husbandry, and the Literacy Program, which, combined, have served over 300 women and girls previously denied a formal education.
After sending 50 students to various local schools for two years, in partnership with the Dillon Henry Foundation and with generous support from Pour les Femmes and our Action Kivu family of donors, we finished construction on the Congo Peace School in 2018, opening its doors in September to 160 students in four grades (two primary, two secondary). The school provides a revolutionary education grounded in peace and nonviolence, and provides the students with two meals each day. We are seeking funding to expand the campus, staff, and programs to serve 480 students from grade one of primary to grade 6 of secondary with a classical education combined with Kingian peace and nonviolence training.
Your support of Action Kivu enables direct human to human assistance to those suffering from unspeakable violence, giving them the tools to be agents of peace and change. It also encourages homegrown and sustainable solutions by caring individuals. Looking to invest in the people of Congo at this community level? Click here to join the movement today with a one-time or monthly donation!.
The entrepreneurial programs and the school are located in Mumosho, outside the city of Bukavu. Bukavu is the capital of South Kivu, a region of Congo that borders Rwanda. Visit our Learn More About Congo page to see a map of Bukavu.
ABFEC is registered as a local non-governmental organization in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Action Kivu, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) charity in the United States. Our EIN is 27-3537799.
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