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COAV-G-KIVU

COAV works with many different groups all throughout the Kivu region. We address various social and health issues, working to bring stability to many who need it.

The NGO member’s of COAV Kivu work with very limited means resulting from gifts, contributions of these members, and rarely external funds. Conscious of their limited means, the members of COAV give priority to projects of fast and durable impact for their recipients.

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    COAV-G-KIVU strives to represent many groups and assist in development of programs that help provide stability to as many as possible in the Kivu region of DRC.

Reports

Women and Children are most affected in conflicts

Our Focus

Education

The closest school for one in three students is 4km or further.

Community Health

It is estimated that 70% don't have access to healthcare.

Peace Building

Training programs provide vital skills promoting community development.

Food Security

Solar power infrastructure programs bring power to those without it.

Environment

Organizing communities for the development of essential social infrastructure.

The Vulnerable

Children

It is necessary for children to develop in a protective environment. In the Kivu area school provides that protective environment. However, on average only 30% of children attend school with 12% attendence in rural and 40% attendence in town areas. Non-schooled children are liable to being recruited by different armed groups (boys as fighters, intelligence agents, and military conveyors, girls as sexual slaves).

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Women

It is necessary for children to develop in a protective environment. In the Kivu area school provides that protective environment. However, on average only 30% of children attend school with 12% attendence in rural and 40% attendence in town areas. Non-schooled children are liable to being recruited by different armed groups (boys as fighters, intelligence agents, and military conveyors, girls as sexual slaves).

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Displaced

Ongoing conflicts between armed groups and military operations have driven millions of people in DR Congo from their homes. Already lacking critical infrastructures such as health centers and schools have been destroyed, and farmers are unable to tend their land as a result. Approximately 40% of DR Congo's IDP(Internally Displaced People) populations are located in North and South Kivu alone.

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