Heath and Nutrition in Democratic Republic of Congo

In this video, Margot Bokanga, DRC Program Manager for UMCOR, explains how the Foods Resource Bank Democratic Republic of Congo- Katanga Kamina program is addressing health and nutritional needs and spells out how a potential issue could be turned into a great strength for these communities.

09/23/2014 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More

Christmas Greetings from FRB's DRC-Micro Devru Program

Christmas Greetings from FRB's Democratic Republic of Congo-Micro Devru program

Bien Chers Partenaires de FRB,

Chers Frères dans le Seigneur, nous du projet ACDI/Lusekele  avons le plaisir de vous présenter nos meilleurs vœux pour les fêtes de Noel 2013 de nouvelle année  2014 Que le bon Dieu par sa grâce a Jésus-Christ vous accorde la force au travail et une longue vie. Nous  profitons de cette occasion pour vous exprimer notre reconnaissance pour le soutien financier que vous apportez a L’ACDI Lusekele sans le quel beaucoup de personnes  dans notre aire  d’actions ne trouverez pas assez a manger et leur situation serait pire.

12/23/2013 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More

In Congo, Even the Poor Can Earn Income


Mama Ilunga shares how even the poor can earn income and have a healthy life thanks to the Democratic Republic of Congo-Katanga Kamina program.

FRB’s food security program in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) works within the communities of Kamina to reduce high levels of malnourishment, poverty and disease, especially among women and children. This holistic program focuses on training in agriculture best practices for the local environment; sanitation, hygiene and sources of clean water to reduce waterborne illness; and income generation from agriculture. Fast-growing Moringa trees, whose leaves, flowers, seeds and roots are all edible, are a new source of nutrition for the community. Farmer groups prepare fields and plant peanuts, soybeans, field beans and corn together, and sell their excess produce for income. One of the participants, Maman Ilunga, shares her experience and insights:

03/05/2013 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More
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