Child Aid Kingabwa

Established in 2012, the Kingabwa Community Development Center, also known as Child Aid Kingabwa has implemented a dozen of projects in a variety of areas, including community health (promoting hygiene and sanitation, fighting against diseases such as HIV / AIDS, malaria and cholera), vocational training for young boys and girls, entrepreneurship, financial education and education of children 3-5 years through the creation of kindergartens to name a few of these areas covered.


Nowadays, the activities implemented by the project are geared towards strengthening the capacities of youth. 2 projects are executed there right now:

1)The project "support for the training of young girls in the aesthetic arts in Kingabwa" which trains 80 young girls from Kingabwa, aged between 14 and 30 years. Funded by DOVER COSMETICS Ltd for a period of 10 months, the project aims to combat unemployment and precariousness among young people in Kingabwa through training in aesthetics and entrepreneurship and their socio-professional integration. The expected results of this project are:

  • 80 young women trained in aesthetics are equipped with professional skills to enable them to self-employ and improve their economic situation.
  • At least 60% of the young women trained and supported are socio-economically integrated, through their involvement in the promotion and sale of cosmetic products marketed by DOVER COSMETICS Ltd.

2) The project "Youth in Action" supports several hundred young people grouped in 36 clubs, 10 men's football, 7 ballet, 7 theater, 3 dance, 3 Nzango, 2 women's football and 1 for each of the domains of French, literacy, English and rap.
Apart from the traditional activities of their club, young people are subject to cross-cutting activities such as sexual and reproductive health education, hygiene and sanitation actions, tree planting for the protection of the environment, to name just a few of these cross-cutting activities.
Funded by some members of the Humana People to People International Federation for a one-year term, the project started in January 2017 and will end on December 31, 2017.

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