A Congolese female NGO specializing in supporting indigenous women, vulnerable women, marginalized women, children, young girls and local communities in the fight against poverty and injustice in DR Congo
PIFEVA(Pillar to Vulnerable Women Active in DR Congo) is a Congolese NGO supporting women and local communities against poverty and injustice created on June 04, 2004 in Bukavu in a context characterized by repeated wars, widespread poverty , malnutrition and hunger, climate change, violence against women, discrimination against indigenous women and girls, the spread of HIV / AIDS, the exploitation and use of women and children in mining plots, armed forces and groups as well as the massive displacement of populations following the multiple wars that occurred in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read more
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The success of PIFEVA is due to the collective work of its members. Learn more about the members of our outstanding team.
Administration and Finance officer
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