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Actionaid commenced full operations in DRC in June 2003. ActionAid currently operates in five Provinces namely North Kivu, South Kivu, Kasai Central, Kasai Oriental and Kinshasa that are home to an


How success looks like

Through these initiatives, internally displaced people (IDPs) women who hitherto did not have access to land have secured fertile land on long term basis for farming. ActionAid supported 2,950


Violence and Economic Exclusion of Marginalized and Targeted Women

Over two million women have reported being raped in their lifetime with more than four million experiencing violence from an intimate partner. Another four hundred thousand (400,000) women have been


Gender Responsive Public Education and Urban Services

ActionAid intervention brings right to education for all children without discrimination in the community


Newsletter: Global Campaign on the respect of works of indigenous women farmers – in Nyiragongo, North Kivu

The campaign in DRC is advocating for ‘’Pigmies’’, a minority group to access productive land. They are dubbed as second-class citizens and are hired to work on people’s farm. They also depend largely


Humanitarian Situation in Northeast Syria

ActionAid is deeply concerned about the situation of women, men, boys and girls that are trapped in the Turkish military operation that started on October 9th in northeast Syria, after the announced


Strong sensitization and training activity against Ebola virus in Nyiragongo, North Kivu.

There is a good engagement and participation in Nyiragongo, the community wakes up on prevention and protection again Ebpla virus after the training atleast 200 people including 10 men, 200 women and


Empowerment of women through training on new agriculture techniques, breeding and distribution kits.

In Nyiragongo women were facing big challenges as farmers including malnutrition, lack of rain, fertilizers and lack of resources for good practice in agriculture and breeding but now the community